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We, the class of 1 981 , dedicate our yearbook to our class advisor, Mr. Kelly. We are 
deeply indebted to him for all his help with our activities and fund-raising. He, too, 
was a "freshmen" in 1977 when we entered Bedford High School. Now we are 
moving on to greater things, but we will always remember Mr. Kelly and all he has 
done for us, the class of 1 981 . 



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REFLECTIONS 



It's time to go and leave this place, 
Oh, but we've grown used to it. 
I think we all loved it more 
Than we could ever admit. 

It seems like only yesterday, 
That we were ready to start 
The best four years of our lives 
And now it's time to part. 

The good times we had, 
The laughter we shared when we were togethi 
The many friendships that kept us going, 
These memories are forever. 

So many things we saw and did: 
People, places, and things. 
Yearbooks filled with familiar faces, 
Prom nights, and class rings. 

The football games, the dances, 
And parties, parties galore. 
The soccer games, and hockey games, 
And much, much more. 

But now it's time to move ahead, 
And some new friends find. 
We won't forget our old ones, 
Though we leave them far behind. 

And as we go our separate ways, 
Our worries and fears less, 
We look back and shed a tear 
For good old BHS. 

— Mary Stockdale 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 





JULIET ACKERMAN 



ANDREA MARIE ARDITO 

Droid 
"This is the end 

beautiful friend 

the end. 
This is the end 

my only friend 

the end. 

I'll never look into your eyes again." 

The Doors 




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FRANCES L. BEECY 
Francie 

"May the road rise to meet you 
May the wind be always at your back 
May the sunshine warm upon your 
face 

the rains fall soft upon your fields 
and, until we meet again." 



GUY BERTRAND 






REBECCA JEAN BLAKE 

Becky 

"There are two things to aim at in 
life: first to get what you want, and 
after that, to enjoy it. Only the wisest 
of mankind achieve the second." 



NICHOLAS EVANS 
BONESTEEL 

"Life would seem so easy 
On the other tack 
But even a hurricane 
Won't turn me back" 

— Pete Townshend 



ROBERT HOWARD BOONE 

"First time I've been at a loss of 
words." 



ROBERT BRADFORD 





PETER W. BROOKS 
Puma 

"In framing an artist, art has thus de- 
cree! 

To make some good, but others to 
exceed." 

— Shakespeare 




PAMELA JUDITH BROWN 

Pam 

"Remember yesterday 

Dream about tomorrow 
But live today." 




MARY T. BRUHA 

"There never seems to be enough 
time to do the things you want to 
once you find them." 



BILL BRUNO 

'There is no finish line." 



LORI BURNES 
"Love understands and therefore 

waits." 



JEFFREY A. BRYANT 
Jeff B. 

"I've been beat up. I've been thrown 
out 

But I'm not down. No I'm not down 
I've been shown up, but I've grown 



And I' m not down, no I'm not 
down." 

— The Clash 



JOSEPH BUMBACA 



KATHLEEN B. BULLOCK 

Kathy 

"School is like a hole in the ground, 
And I finally crawled out!" 





DANIEL A. BURNS 

— but a dream lives forever . 



TERRE N. BURNS 

"As we look back on all these years, 
There was always laughter and 

sometimes tears, 
But it is the laughter we will re- 
member 

Whenever we remember the way we 
were." 



MARIA C. CAMARA 
Marie 

"What you want, and what you see, 
things don't come so easily" 

— Black Sabbath 



RHONDA CARDOOS 
"In the times we spent together 
Many words have passed between 
And the feelings that we shared 
Are all behind us now." 

— Kansas 

Reminisce about the days of old 
S.W., M.B., L.M., L.S., L.A. 



KATHERINE CARRUTH 

Katie 




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JAMES M. CONCANNON 
Barney 
"Pray for what you want 
But work for what you need." 



KELLY ANN COLLITON 

"Time is not measured by the years 
that you live but by the deeds that 
you do and the joy that you give." 



PETER A.J. COLONERO 
Pete 

"As bitter cold can turn into blazing 
heat, so can people's emotions, so 
always try to understand their pains 
and sorrows." 



DOUGLAS M. COREY 
Doug 

"Long live those who live to rock 
and know the party can not stop. 
It's only teenage wasteland!" 



JANET LYNN CORNWELL 

"Days are warmed by the gentleness 
of love." 



CECILY M.T. COSTA 
"Live for friendship, Live for love for 
truth's and harmony's behoof." 

— Emerson 



MARK COSTA 




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SHIRLEY G. COTTRILL 




PATRICIA MARY 
COUGHLIN 

Tricia 

"Blackbird singing in the dead of 
night 

Take these sunken eyes and learn to 
see 

All your life 

You were only waiting for the mo- 
ment to be free." 

— Lennon and McCartney 



ELIZABETH ANN COWAN 
Betsy 

"Don't go where the paths lead . . . 
rather, 

go where there is no path and leave a 
trail." 



MARIANNE M. CROKE 

"The memories of a friendship are 
forever." 



PAUL D'ENTREMONT 



SUSAN L. CURRY 
"Two roads diverge in a wood, and I 
— I took the one less traveled by, 
And that has made all the differ- 
ence." 

— Frost 



RUSSELL D'AURIA 



GLEN T. CULLEN 
"Let us be thankful for fools. Because 
without them, the rest of us would 
not succeed." 





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EVAN J. DAVIDSON 
"All I want out of life is a little good 
clean fun." 

— Little Feat 



RICHARD A. DAVIDSON JR. 

". . . there is no way out of here, 

cuz once you're in, 

you are in for good. 

There was no promise made, 

The parts you played. 

So get it right ..." 

— Dave Gilmore 



LISA JEAN DEE 

". . . and you know that I could have 
made me a million more friends, and 
all I'd have to lose is my point of 

view." 

— |ohn Prine 



MARK DANIEL DELELLIS 

"Life is what happens when we are 





ELIZABETH M. DONOVAN BETH ANN DOUCETTE 




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SANDRA ELISE DRAPER 

Sandy 

"Build thee more stately mansions, 
oh my soul." 



LINDA LOU DUDA 
"If we had the chance to do it al 
again, tell me, would we, could 

we?" 

"Reminisce about the days of old!" 
M.K., L.S., L.M., S.W. 



KELLY A. DOUGHERTY 

"One who jabs the eye brings tears, 
he who pierces the heart bears its 
feelings." 

— Sirach 22:19 



KAREN ANN DRAPER 

"Special joys and special places, 
special friends together . . . 

The moments pass so quickly by, 
but the memories 
are forever!" 

— G.W. Douglas 





DAVID ARTHUR ELLIS 

"Each can make their mark. 

You just have to sharpen your pen 

Gil." 



ROBERT ALAN EMERSON 
Robbie 

'If you can walk, you can run." 



MICHAEL ENGLISH 

Mike 



DAVID KEITH EVANS 
"To be or not to be, that is the ques- 
tion." 

— Shakespeare 



PAUL DAVID FARRELL 
Tip 

"He is no fool who gives what he 
cannot keep to gain what he cannot 
lose." 



MICHAEL JOHN FIATO 

"Ya I know nobody knows 
the way it comes and the way it goes 
Ya I know its everbody's sin 
You got your dues to know 
Dream-on, Dream-on 
Dream until your dreams come 
true." 

— Aerosmith 
(Tyler, Perry) 



MARY FRANCES FAILLA 





SUSAN MARIE FOGARTY _ william Cowper 

"Life is much more successfully 
looked at from a single window." 

— F. Scott Fitzgerald 



JEFFREY K. GAGE 
Jeff 



"The trumpet shall be heard high 
The dead shall live, the living die, 
And music shall overtune the sky!' 




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DAVID R. GREENE 

Hawkeye 
"The rainbow is more beautiful than 
the pot of gold at the end, because 
the rainbow is now, and the pot 
never turns out to be quite what I 
expected." 



CHRIS HANSEN 





ANDY HARRINGTON 

"Dream for tomorrow 
cause tomorrows turn into yester- 
days, 

and yesterdays fade away, 
and you'll always be left with the 
memory." 




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LINDA SUSAN HUMPHREY 
L.S.H. 

"Each day I learn just a little bit 
more. 

I don't know why, but I do know 
what for. 

If we're all going somewhere, let's 

get there soon. 
This song has no title, just words and 

a tune." 

— Elton John 
P.S. Thanks B.H.S. Good Luck 
Everyone! 



SHARON JOY JANSEN 

"If you see someone without a smile, 
give them one of yours." 




PATRICIA A. JAUSS 
"As you glide, in your stride with 

the wind, as you fly away 
give a smile, from your lips, and 
say — 

I am free, yes I'm free, now I'm 
on my way . . ." 

— Earth, Wind & Fire 



DOUGLAS JELLISON 



DIANE M. JONUSKIS 
"The good times are the bad times, 
The bad times fade away, 
The good times are forever . . . 

— J. Geils 



MARIA ELIZABETH KEAN 

"You can never do a kindness too 
soon, for you never know how soon 
it will be to late." 



JENNIFER MARIE KEMPTON 

"When the going is rough, 
With my good sterner stuff 
I can weather the storm with ability. 
But with things running smooth 
I feel out of groove — 
So just how do I cope with tranquil- 
ity?" 

— Dorothy Benvie 



L. SCOTT JONES 
Jonesy 





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KATHLEEN KENNEDY 

Katie 




KAREN ANN KILLAM 

"A smile is a curve that straightens 
things out." 



ROBERT J. KILPATRICK 

Killa 

"No matter where I am, I can't help 
thinking I'm just a day away from 
where I want to be." 



JOSEPH D. KEOHAN 

"May the roads rise to meet you 
May the wind be always at your 
back. 

May the sun shine warm upon your 
face, 

The rains fall soft upon your fields 
and, 

Until we meet again, 
May Cod hold you in the palm of his 
hand. 



KELLY KIMMINS 

"Keep in touch." 





LAURIE A. L'HEUREUX 



HEATHER JOY LANE 

"In the race to be better or best, 
not the joy of being." 



"In friendship I've found a solace for 
my spirit, an opportunity to discover 
myself through knowing others, and 
becoming fully human in intimacy 
with other beings." 



EMILY SARA LAVINE 

Emily 

"Afoot and light-hearted I take to 

the open road, 
Health, free, the world before me. 
The long brown path before me 
leading wherever I choose . . . 

Walt Whitman from 
"Song of the Open Road" 



DONNA ROBYN LITTLE 

"We are limitless, 

For we believe in our dreams." 



MARK LIBBY 




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VINCENT LOPEZ 




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MICHAEL ROBERT 
MCEACHERN 

Mike 

"Because he was human 
Because he had goodness 
Because he was moral 
They called him insane 

— Ceddy Lee 
A Farewell to Kings 



WILLIAM F. MCHUCH 

"It is better for a man to keep his 
mouth shut and have people think he 
is ignorant, than to be quick with his 
tongue and prove his ignorance be- 
yond any doubt." 



CHARLES P. MCGONAGLE 
Charlie 



STEVEN MCCOMBE 






JAMES MCMAHAN 



LORETTA MCKIE 



JOHN F. MCKENZIE 

Mac 

"If you enjoyed the show half as 
much as we enjoyed doing it, then 
we enjoyed it twice as much as 
you." 



MICHAEL PATRICK 
MCLAUGHLIN 

Mike 

"You are never given a wish without 
also being given the power to make it 
come true. You may have to work for 
it, however. 



JOAN MCNAMARA 
Bone 

"Tell all those pencil pushers better 
get out of my way." 

— Lynyrd Skynyrd 



DANIEL MEAD 



JAMES MERCURIO 

Jim 

"The sound of laughter has always 
seemed to me the most civilized 
music in the universe." 



PETER M. MEYERS 

Pete 

Don't worry, it can be done.' 





If we search hard enough, 
we will find the answers again." 



DENITA B. MURPHY 

Murph 

"Having good friends has made the 
1 2 years worthwhile. 

You're welcome, Denita." 



BONNIE LYNN NASSR 
"We all need someone 
to share each happy day, 
to be a source of courage 
When troubles come our way, 
Someone to be true to us 
Whether near or far apart 
SOMEONE WHOSE LOVE WE'LL 

ALWAYS hold 
and treasure in our hearts ... — 
friends forever." 



DONALD E. NAUGLER JR. 

Don 

"To you my trusted friends: 
Together we climbed hills and trees, 
learned of love and A, B, C's" 



MARCIA M 

"Everything has i 
everyone sees it." 



MULCAHY 

ts beauty, but not 





ANDREW P. NAWOICHIK 

Andy 

"Happy are those who dream 
dreams, and are ready to pay the 
price to make them come true." 






DIANNE MARIE 

OPPEDISANO 

"It was an early morning yesterday 
I was up before the dawn 
and I really have enjoyed my stay 
But I must be moving on." 

Supertramp 




RICHARD ANTHONY 
PAPALIA 

Dick 

"Just let it slide . . . and take it one 
day at a time." 



DANIEL J. ORAM 
Bonehead 
"To exist is to change, 
To change is to mature, 
To mature is to go on 
in life creating neself 
Endlessly." 



VINCENT ORLANDO 




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JOHN KENNETH PIDGEON 

"I have a few words to say and I just 
said them." 




LISA A. PIKE 




HARLOW WILLIAM ERNEST 

PINSON 
"From the lowest filthy gutter, 
to the highest spotlit stage, 
The fiddler spins his merry tune 
and dances upon your grave." 




JANET LYNN PLISKA 
"One who has a thousand friends 
has not a friend to spare." 




DEBBIE A. ROBINSON 



VICKY J. ROBIDOUX 

"My free spirit must be going, 

Anyway the wind blowing, 

Now I think the time is right for me 



KENNETH RINGLE 



ANN MARIE RILEY 

Annie 

"You talk about a dream, 
Try to make it real 
You wake up in the night with a fear 
so real, 

You spend your life waiting for a 
moment 

That just won't come 

Well, don't waste your time wait- 
ing!" 

— Bruce Springsteen 



ROBYN S. ROSEMAN 
"I don't mind lying, but I hate inac- 
curacy." 




ELIZABETH ANN RUSSO 
Beth 

"Think big and your deeds will 
grow; 

Think small and you'll fall behind; 

Think that you can and you will — 

It's all a state of mind. 

Life's battles don't always go 

To the stronger or faster man; 

But sooner or later the man who wins 

Is the fellow who thinks he can." 



JULIANNE RUSSO 



Julie 
kindness is 



never too 



PAULA H. SALTER 
"No bird soars too high, if he soars 
with his own wings" 

— William Blake 



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SCOTT THOMAS SALZER 
Whale 

"Home, Home again, I like to be 

here when I can. 
And when I come home stoned and 

tired, 

It's good to smoke a bone beside the 
fi re." 

— Floyd 



CHERYL B. SAVIOLI 

"And you want so bad to leave this 

whirlwind storm, 
But you can't find no place to grab 

on, 

So 'round and 'round you go again, 
And it just ain't easy." 

— Allman Brothers 



LISA SCALTRETO 

"Still if we can make the effort, 
If we take the time, 
Maybe we can leave this much be- 
hind — 
Till it shines." 

— Bob Seger 




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LINDA C. SCHOENDORF 

"You are never given a wish, 
Without the power to make it come 
true." 



DALE SIMMONS 





LINDA A. SINOTTE 
Lin 

"Beauty gathered in the brightness 

of the sunny hours 

is often best remembered 

in the quiet dark" 

Reminisce about the days of old! 

C.C., L.M., L.D., M.K., S.W., T.K. 



CAROL LEE SPENCER GEOFFREY EDWARDS 
SPOFFORD 





JEFFREY M. STEPHENS 



REBECCA ANN STINSON 
Becky 

"The water dances in the suns reflec- 
tion 

a thousand silver birds fly in my di- 
rection 

now isn't this beauty ain't this sweet 
perfection." 

— T. Howard 



MARY KAY STOCKDALE 

Mary 

"Hard times come, hard times go. 
and in between you hope and pray 
the scars don't show." 



GAIL F. SULLIVAN 

"Theres a 'Miracle called friendship' 
That dwells within the heart, 
And you don't know just how it hap- 
pens 

Or where it gets its start . . . 
But the happiness it brings you 
Always gives a special lift, 
And you realize that 'Friendship' 
Is God's most Precious Gift!" 



SHAM SUNDRA 

"Harm" 

One more time for the good times 
That far out weigh the bad 
One more time for the good times 
When love was all we had." 

— L. Anderson 



DANA NOEL SVENDSEN 



MARTHA DIANE SULLIVAN 

"The love in your heart wasn't put 

there to stay, 
Love isn't love till you give it away." 



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SARAH K.J. SWIDER 

Sra 

"How can you be so sure 

That the wonders you've made in 

your lire 
Will be seen 

By the millions who'll follow to visit 

the site 
Of your dreams?" 

— Alan Parsons 



KATHRYN A. 
Kathy 

"I do my thing, and you do your 
thing. 

am not in this world to live up to 
your expectations, 
And you are not in this world to live 
up to mien. 
You are you and I am I, 
And if by chance we kind each other, 
it's beautiful. 

— Perls 



DEBORAH LEE TAYLOR 

"Talk about a dream, 

Try to make it last, 

Spend your life waiting 

For a moment that just doesn't come. 

Don't spend your time, waiting ..." 

— Bruce Springsteen 



COLEEN TILTON 



IRIS MARIA TRENKLER 

"If you inquire what the people are 
like here. 

I must answer, 'The same as 
everywhere!'" 

— Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe 



MARGARET ELIZABETH 
TYNAN 
"To be a little blinder 
To things that hurt our pride. 
To be a little calmer 
And take life in our stride. 
To be a little gentler 
No matter how we feel 
That is the way we can al 
Make happiness come real" 

— 'Let's Resolve' Canon/Mous 




LINDA S. VELA 



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EUGENE JOSEPH VETRANO 

Ceno 

"I do not think that winning is the 

most important thing. 
I think that winning is the only 

thing." 

— Bill Veeck 



LISA MARIE VIOLA 

"No friendship can survive the gift of 
gold. 

The generous can indeed forget that 

they have given, 
but the grateful can never forget that 

they have received." 




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JOHN PAUL WAITE 

Brillo 

"Yes there are two paths you can go 
by 

But in the long run 
There's still time to change the road 
your on. 

— Led Zepplin 



MARGARIT JANE WALLINE 

Maggie 

"Too low they build who build be- 
neath the stars." 

— Edward Young 



KIMBERLY A. WHITLEY 

Kim 

"The love in your heart 
Wasn't put there to stay. 
Love isn't love, 
'til you give it away." 



ANNE WHITAKER 



NEAL R. WARD 

"Now we're respected in society 
Never worry 'bout the things that we 
used to be . . ." 









LAURIE J. WILLIAMSON 

"Keep smiling. People will wonder 
what you've been up to." 



SUSAN MARIE WILLIS 

"Lives on the line where dreams are 

found and lost, 
I'll be there on time and I'll pay the 

cost, 

For wanting things that can only be 
found 

In the darkness on the edge of town." 

— Bruce Springsteen 
"Reminisce about the days of old; 
T.K., M.B., L.D., L.M., L.S., M.K., 
R.C." 



DENISE M. WILSON 

"I'd like the memory of me to be a 

happy one. 
I'd like to leave an afterglow of 

smiles when life is done." 



KAREN WILSON 



GINA MARIA WINGOOD 

"Blessed are the merciful, for they 
shall obtain mercy." 

— New Testament: Matthew 




ELIZABETH ANNE WRIGHT 



MICHI YUKAWA 
"It is not how much we have 
But how much we enjoy that makes 
happiness." 




CAROL LINN RENNIE 
"Like a guest who stays too long, 
Now it's finally time to leave. 
Take it calmly and serene. 
It's the famous final scene." 

— Bob Seg 



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JEAN LYNN EARLY 




NORA KELLY 




SUZANNE ELIZABETH 
LOCCHER 

Life makes sense 

And who could doubt it. 

If we have 

No doubt about it. 

Piet Hein 



DAVID FRANCIS 

Hey you M&M's, wake up! The partv is 
over! 



KAREN CHRISTINE WILLIM 

Keep ascending the mountain of cheerful- 
ness by daily scattering seeds of kindness 
along the way as best you can, and, 
should the mists hide the mountaintop, 
continue undaunted and you will reach 
the sun-tipped heights in your own life- 
experience. 



IN MEMORY OF . . . 



Allyson Stouter 






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SENIOR DIRECTORY 



ADIL, MICHELE A. — 22 Elmbrook Rd. 

AHOLA, FRANK — 7 Orchard Rd. Volleyball 1,2,3,4. 

ALDERINK, REBECCA — 21 Cot Hill Rd. Ensemble 1,2; Madrigal 3,4; Musical 3,4; Double Sextette 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3. 
APPELL, MARCY — 329 Springs Rd. Drama 1 ,2,3,4; A.F.S. 1 ,2,3,4; Swim Team 1 ,2; Ski Team; Varsity Volleyball 4; Telemedia 
3,4; Activities Committee 3; A.F.S. Treasurer 4; Parailax 4. 
ARDITO, ANDREA — 12 Birchwood Dr. 
AUCOIN, LYNNE M. 

BAILEY, DEBBIE — 8 Paul Revere Rd. Soccer 1 ,2,3,4; Tennis 1 ,2,3,4; Choir 1 ,2,3,4; Musicals 1 ,2,3,4; Wind Ensemble 1 ; Jr. 
Prom Committee 3. 
BARD, ANGELA M. 

BARRY, JOANNE — 1 Reeves Rd. Missile Staff 3; Gymnastics 2. 
BEAUCHESNE, GLEN 

BEECY, FRANCIE — 61 Concord Rd. Basketball 1 ; Tennis 1 ,2,3,4; Soccer and Hockey Cheerleading 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3. 
BELLENGI, BONNIE J. — 340 Concord Rd. Basketball 1,2; Softball 1,2,4. 

BEN-AARON, DIANA — 61 South Rd. Concert Band 1 ,2,3,4; Chamber Music 4; Drama 1 ,2,3; Legislative Committee 2; Asst. 
Layout Editor of Yearbook 2,3,4. 

BENCH, LAURA — 9 Francis Kelly Rd. Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Class President 1; Activities 
Committee 3; Prom Committee 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4. 
BERTRAND, GUY 

BEZEK, LEEANN — 6 Clark Circle Swim Team 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Pom Pom 3; French Club 3; Track 3; Student Senate 

3. 

BIANCHI, PETER M. 

BLAKE, ANDY — 1 Gleason Rd. Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Basketball 1. 
BLAKE, BECKY — 28 Crescent Ave. Softball 1. 

BLAIR, STUART — 70 Dunster Rd. Outing Club 2,3; Drama 3,4; Computer Club 3,4. 
BOATRIGHT, ANNE — Field Hockey 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Softball 1,2,3,4; Soccer 4. 
BONESTEEL, NICHOLAS 
BOONE, ROB — 10 Evans Ave. 

BROOKS, PETER — 297 Davis Rd. Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2. 

BROWN, PAMELA J. — 1 Mudge Way Swimming 1 ,2,3,4; Captain 4; Tennis 2,3,4; Legislative Committee 3,4; Best Bet '80 3; 
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Musical 3; Yearbook Staff; Business Manager 4. 
BRUHA, MARY — 1 1 Lane Ave. Cheerleading 1,2,3,4. 
BRUNO, BILL 

BRYANT, JEFF — 150 North Rd. Cross Country 1,2; Spring Track 1; Boy's Swim Team 2. 
BULLOCK, KATHY 

BURNS,. DANIEL A. — Yearbook 3,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4. 

BURNS, TERRE — 3 Fox Run Rd. Field Hockey 4; Basketball 2,3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; Captain 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Prom 
Committee 3,4; Senior Class Secretary 4. 

BURNES, LORI — 53 Notre Dame Rd. Track 1; Gymnastics 1,2; Prom Committee 3. 
CAMARA, MARIA C. 

CAMPBELL, TODD — Wind Ensemble 3,4; Concert Band 1,2; Marching Band 2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 3,4. 
CARDOOS, RHONDA 

CARRUTH, KATIE — 20 Orchard Rd. X-Country 1,2,3; Spring Track 1,2,3; Musical 3; Ski Team 1; Orchestra 1,2,3; Prom 
Committee 3; Quebec Trip 2; Exploration "78" 

CARTER, BILL — 6 Glenridge Dr. Football 1; Soccer 3,4; Swimming 1,2,3,4; Capt. 4; Lacrosse 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Boy's State 3. 
CARUSO, CAROLYN — 5 Dewey Rd. Concert Band 1 ; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Pep Band 3,4; Magching Band 
1,2,3,4; Musical 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4. 

CASTRO, LEE — 109 Davis Rd. Cross Country 4; Spring Track 2,3; Winter Track 2,4; Drill Team 4; Computer Club 3,4. 
CIAMPA, SCOTT — 13 Meadowbrook Rd. Football 1,2,3,4; Lacrosse 2,3,4; Captain 4; Box Lacrosse 2,3,4. 
COLLITON, KELLY — 21 Temple Terrace A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; Class Secretary 1; Legislative Committee 2,3; Swim Team 2,3,4; 
Citizenship Committee 3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; Yearbook 4. 

COLONERO, PETER — 10 Hilltop Dr. Soccer 1 ,2,3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4; Swimming 2; A.F.S. 3; Jr. Prom Committee; Musical 

3,4; Sr. Prom Committee. 

COMLEY, CAROL — 1 1 1 Old Billerica Rd. 

CONCANNON, JIM — 35 Glenridge Dr. Soccer 1,2,3,4; Lacrosse 4; Best Bet '80; Winter Track 1. 

COREY, DOUGLAS M. 

CORNWELL, JANET — 20 Nellis Terrace. 

COSTA, CECILY — 230 Concord Rd. Prom Committee 4. 

COSTA, MARK — 14 Neillian Way. Baseball 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1; Winter Track 3. 

COUGHLIN, PATRICIA — 233 South Rd. Softball 1. 

COWAN, BETSY — 12 Riverside Ave. Ensemble 1,2,3; Guitar 4. 

CROKE, MARIANNE — 14 Beverly Rd. Spring Track 2; Winter Track 2; Cross Country Manager 3,4. 

CULLEN, GLEN — 12 Ashby Rd. Concert Band 1; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 2,3,4; 

Orchestra 2,3,4; Musical Orchestra 2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4. 
CURRY, SUSAN — 148 North Rd. 
DAVIDSON, EVAN J. 

DAVIDSON, RICH — 39 Fletcher Rd. Soccer 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3. 
DEE, LISA J. 

DELELLIS, MARK D. — 182 South Rd. Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1; Jazz Ensemble 2,3,4; 



Musical 3,4; Orchestra 2,4. 

DEMATTIO, PATTY — 26 Elmbrook Rd. Basketball 1,2. 

D'ENTREMONT, PAUL C. — 3 Dewey Rd. Soccer 1,2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4; Lacrosse 2,3,4. 
DEVINE, CYNTHIA — 1 19 Page Rd. Soccer 2,3,4; Captain 4. 
DEVINE, JOE — 119 Page Rd. Football 4; Lacrosse 1,2,3,4. 
DICLEMENTE, STEVE — 6 Dana Rd. Soccer 1; Football 3,4; Track 4. 

DITORE, MARIA — 22 Hartford St. Soccer 1,2; Legislative Committee 1,2; Prom Committee 3,4; Best Bet '80. 
DOBKOWSKI, RENEE — 29 Chelsford Rd. Ski Team 1,2,3,4; Manager 3,4; Spring Track 1,2; Field Hockey 2; Tele-Media 
1 ,2,3,4; Citizenship Committee 2,3,4; A.F.S. 1 ,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Missile Staff 2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 2,3; Ski Club 1 ,2,3,4; 
Prom Committee 3,4; Audio-Visual 3; Musical Comedy 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; A.F.S. Jr. and Sr. Rep. 3,4; Activities Committee 4. 
DONALDSON, BARBARA — 305 Concord Rd. Legislative Committee 2; Student Court 2; Ensemble 4; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Hall 
Decorating 3,4; A.F.S. 3,4. 
DONOVAN, ELIZABETH M. 

DOUCETTE, BETH — 22 Foster Rd. Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Tri-Captain 4; Track 2. 
DOHERTY, GAYLE — 1 Madel Lane 

DOUGHERTY, KELLY — 312 Concord Rd. Musicals 1,2,3,4; X-Country 2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; (lead 3) Winter Track 1,2; 
Madrigal 2,3,4; Fall Play 1 ; Spring Track 1 ,2,3; Double Sextette 2,3,4; Tournament 1 ; Class Secretary 2,3; Prom Committee 
3,4. 

DRAPER, KAREN — 10 Temple Terrace. Band 1,2; Marching Band 1; Soccer 1; Yearbook Staff 4. 

DRAPER, SANDY — 80 Hancock St. A.F.S. 1 ,2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Ski Team 2,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Marching Band 1 ,2,3,4; 
Pep Band 3,4; Jazz Band 3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Newspaper 2; Fall Play 4; Musical Comedy Pit 4. 
DUDAN, LINDA — 297 Concord Rd. Soccer 1,2,3; Tennis 2; Legislative Committee 2. 
DUQUESNE DE LA VINELLE, BRUNO 

DUTRA, JOANNE — 1 Lynnfield St. Football and Basketball Cheerleading 2,3,4; Co-captain 4; Prom Committee 3,4; Musical 
Make-up Crew e,4; Ensemble 4. 

ELLIS, CYNTHIA — 45 Wilson Rd. Wind Ensemble 1 ,2,3,4; Marching Band 1 ,2,3,4; Orchestra 1 ,2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 3,4; Pit 
2,4; A.F.S. 1,2; Student Court 2; Pep Band 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4. 

ELLIS, DAVID — 3 Burlington Rd. Computer Club 3,4; Advisory Committee 2,3; Newspaper 2,3,4; Citizenship Committee 
2,3,4; Science Club 2,3,4; J.S.R. 3,4. 

EMERSON, ROBBIE — 5 Mae Rd. Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. 
ENGLISH, MICHAEL — 3 Dana Rd. Football 1,2,3,4. 

EVANS, KEITH — 34 Hillside Ave. Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 1,2,3,4; Musical 2,3,4; GAPP 1980; Swim Team 2,3,4. 
FARRELL, PAUL — 62 Page Rd. Football 1,2,3,4; Swimming 2,3,4; Lacrosse 2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Legislative Committee 2,3,4; 
Student Advisory Council 3,4; Class Treasurer 4; Math League 3,4. 

FAUCHER, MONIQUE — 10 Foster Rd. X-Country 1,2,3,4; Capt. 3,4; Winter Trark 2,3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4; Capt. 4. 

FEDERICO, MARK — 1 14 Davis Rd. 

FIATO, MIKE — 45 Washington St. Football 1. 

FLORES, CHRISTINA — 19 Brooksbie Rd. Cross Country 1,2; Cheerleading 3,4. 
FOGARTY, SUE — 14 Lido Lane Soccer 3; Cross Country 1,2; Spring Track 1,2,3; Tennis 4. 

FOLWEILER, DAVID — 45 Wildwood Dr. Concert Band 1; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Cross Country 2; Tele-Media 3,4; Musical 
3,4. 

FORD, EILEEN — 88 Hancock St. Concert Band 1,2,3; Marching Band 1,2. 
FRENCH, DIANE — 6 Hardy Rd. Ensemble 2. 

GAGE, JEFF — 212 Old Billerica Rd. Accompanist for all Musicals 3,4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Musical 2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Best 
Bet '80; German Club 3,4; Bedford Players 3; Bedford Youth Theater 2,3,4. 

GAUNT, BRIAN — 6 Reed Lane. Soccer 1,2,3,4; Swim Team 2,3,4; Lacrosse 2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; 
Ensemble 4. 
GILLEN, PATRICIA J. 

GREENE, DAVID — 22 Marion Rd. Parallax 3,4; Audio-Visual 1,2,3,4; Tele-Media 1,2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 1; J.S.R. 3; 
Yearbook 2,3; Drama Club 1 ,2,3,4; A.F.S. 3,4; Ensemble 1 ; B.H.S. Today announcer 3,4; Forum 3,4; Tournament of Plays 1 ; 
"The Odd Couple" Director 4. 

GURLEY, DOUGLAS M. — 4 Bonnievale Dr. Concert Band 1; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Jazz Band 3,4; Soccer 1,2,3; Winter 
Track 1 ,2,3,4; Spring Track 2,3,4; Musical 3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Madrigal 4; Pep Band 1 ,2,3,4; A.F.S. 3,4; Orchestra 3,4. 
HAMANN, DON — 23 Temple Terrace. Soccer 1,2,3,4; Lacrosse 2,3,4; Basketball 1; Track 1; Audio-Visual 1,2. 
HANSEN, CHRIS — 27 Railroad Ave. Drama Club 1,2,3,4; A.F.S. 3,4; Student Court 3; German Club 1; Student Services 
Committee 3. 

HARRINGTON, ANDY — 7 Temple Terrace Soccer 4; Lacrosse 4. 

HEGGESTAD, MARTIN — 21 Lido Lane. Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Best Bet '80; German Club 1,2,3,4. 

HENNRIKUS, KATHLEEN — 13 Hemlock Lane. Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Tri-captain 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,2; Class 
Vice-President 1,2; Co-prom Chairperson 3; Prom Committee 4; B.H.S. Evaluation Committee 2; Girls State 3. 
HINGORANI, NEILA — 313 Springs Rd. Soccer 1,2,3; Basketball 2; Manager 1,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Student Trainer 4; A.F.S. 
2,3,4; Co-president 4; Class Vice-president 4; B.H.S. Today Sports Announcer 4. 

HUMPHREY, LINDA — 14 Nickerson Rd. Girls' Cross Country 4; Winter Track 4; Girls Spring Track 2,3,4; Prom Committee 
3,4. 

JANSEN, SHARON — 15 Harvard Dr. 
JAUSS, PATTI — 8 Sheridan Rd. Volleyball 4. 

JONES, L. SCOTT — 36 Marion Rd. Football 4; Hockey 4; Baseball 1,3,4. 
JONUSKIS, DIANE M. 

KEAN, MARIA — 13 Gould Rd. Soccer 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1. 
KELLY, NORA — 314 South Rd. Spring Track 1,2,3; A.F.S. 2,3. 
KEMPTON, JENNIFER — 9 Richard Rd. Soccer 2. 

KENNEDY, KATIE — 4 Fern Way. Basketball 1 ; Varsity Softball 1 ,2,3,4; Concert Band 1 ,2; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Marching Band 

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1,2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 3,4; Orchestra 3,4; Musical 3; N.H.S. 3,4. 
KEOHAN, JOSEPH — 50 Wildwood Dr. 

KILLAM, KAREN ANN — 4 Hilltop Dr. Concert Band 1 ,2,3,4; Marching Band 1 ,2,3,4; Choir 1 ,2,3,4; Musical 1 ,2,3,4; Double 
Sex teete 2,3,4; Drama 1 ,2,3,4; Citizenship Committee 3,4; A.F.S. 1 ,2,3,4; Co-chairman 4; German Club 2,3,4; Science Club 2; 

Best Best '80 

KILPATRICK, BOB — 1 1 Washington St. 

KIMMINS, KELLY — 83 Pine Hill Rd. Soccer (man.) 3; Parallax 3; Gymnastics 4. 
KNEELAND, TANYA — 5 Noreen Dr. Soccer 2,3; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Ski Team 1,2. 

LANE, HEATHER JOY — 10 Hayden Lane. Quebec Trip 2; A.F.S. 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Prom Committee 3,4; Activities Committee 

3,4; Volleyball 4; Missile Staff 4; Parallax 4; Wizard of Oz 4. 

LATINA, LORI — 2 Overlook Dr. Concert Band 1,2,$; Hall Decorating 4. 

LAVINE, EMILY — 22 Concord Rd. 

L'HEUREUX, LAURIE A. 

LITTLE, DONNA R. 

LOGCHER, SUZANNE — 331 Springs Rd. Tournament of Plays 1; Fall Play 1; A.F.S. 1,2,4; Choir 3,4; Musical Comedy 4; 
Computer Club 4; Missile Staff 4; Volleyball 4. 

LUNDQUIST, ERIC — 3 Hillcrest Rd. Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Band 1,2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; President; Ski 

Team-captain 3,4; Prom Committee 3. 

LYNCH, TOM — 5 Rand Place Football 1; Hockey 2; Golf 1,2,3,4. 

MANNING, DEBRA— 7 Richard Rd. Ensemble 1; Props for Musical 1; Choir 2,3,4; Musicals 2,3,4; Girls Swim Team 1,2; 
Football and Basketball Cheerleader 3,4; Prom Co-chairperson 3; Prom Committee 3,4; Missile Staff 3,4; N.H.S. — 3,4. 
MARTIN, JOHN — 177 Old Billerica Rd. Drama 1,2,3,4. 

MCEACHERN, MIKE — 23 Hilltop Dr. Soccer 1 ,2,3,4; Captain 1 ; Basketball 1 ; Orchestra 1 ,2,3,4; Choir 3,4; Musical 3,4; Stage 
Crew 2; Swimming 2. 

MCKENZIE, JOHN — 33 Hayden Lane Soccer 1; Hockey 2; Baseball 1,2,3,4. 
MCGONAGLE, CHARLES — 62 Hancock St. 
MCHUGH, WILLIAM — 8 Curve St. Basketball 1,2,3,4. 

MCLAUGHLIN, MIKE — 3 William St. Football 1,2,3,4; Capt. 4; Hockey 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. 
MCNAMARA, JOAN 

MERCURIO, JIM — 1 6 Paul Revere Rd. Cross Country 1 ,2,3,4; Capt. 3,4; Winter Track 2,3,4; Indoor Soccer 2,3,4; Baseball 1 ; 
Spring Track 2. 

MEYERS, PETER M. — 17 Hilltop Dr. Drama Club 1 ,3,4; Citizenship Committee 3,4; Student Advisory Committee 3,4; Copy 

Study Committee 3,4; Bedford Youth Theater 2,3,4; Yearbook Sales Manager 4; Computer Club 3; Tournament of Plays 1,4. 

MIGNON, GINA — 42 Ent Rd. Softball 1,2; Basketball 1. 

MILLER, CHRIS — 15 Hemlock Lane. Gymnastics 1; Cheerleading 2,3,4. 

MILLETT, JEFF M. — 32 Patterson Rd. Spring Track 1. 

MULCAHY, MARCIA M. — 45 Loomis St. Volleyball 4; Prom Committee 4. 
MURPHY, DENITA — 7 Hilda Rd. Basketball 1. 

NASSR, BONNIE — Andrews Rd. Softball 1,2,3; Soccer 2,3; Indoor Soccer 2; Powder Puff Football 3; Prom Committee 4; 
Legislative Committee 4. 

NAUGLER, DONALD — 15 Lido Lane Soccer 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Musical 2,3,4. 
NAWOICHIK-, ANDY — 371 Great Rd. 

NEAL, CHERYL — 5 Ten Acres Dr. Swim Team 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 4; Props for Musical 2. 
NEUMANN, RONI — 10 Fox Run Rd. 

NEWMAN, STACEY — 1 6 Putman Rd. Soccer 2,3,4; Track 2,3; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Secretary 3; Prom Committee 3,4; Missile Staff 4. 
NICKERSON, SHERRI — 5 Gleason Rd. Spring Track 1; Spring Musical 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3. 
NOLAN, DOROTHY 

O'CONNELL, EILEEN — 196 South Rd. Gymnastics 2; Prom Committee 3; Prom Committee Chairperson 4; Musical Makeup 

Crew 3,4. 

O'HEARN, BRIAN — 14 Alaska Ave. Baseball 1; WinterTrack 3; Golf 2,3 4 

OLSON, ROSALINA — 35 Offutt Rd. Basketball 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2; Soccer 3,4; Track 1,2; Softball 12 3 4 
O'NEIL, CAROL A. — 53 Wayle Rd. Softball 1,2. 

OPPEDISANO, DIANNE — 29 Old Stagecoach Rd. Prom Committee 3; Ensemble 2 
ORAM, DAN — 2 Wilson Rd. Football 1,2,3,4; Hockey 1,2,4; Baseball 1 2 
PEREGRIM, TED — Computer Club; French Club President. 

PAPALIA, RICHARD A. — 42 Notre Dame Rd. Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 1,2; Orchestra 4; Wind Ensemble 3,4; 
Jazz Ensemble 3,4; Pep Band 3,4; Rifle Team 3,4; Musical-light crew 3; Pit 4; Prom Committee 3 4 
PICHERZKY, JAIME ALEJANDRO — 16 Ledgewood Dr. 

PIDGEON, JOHN — 33 Glenridge Dr. Marching Band 3,4; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Concert Band 1,2; Jazz Ensemble 3,4; 

Orchestra 3,4; Pep Band 3,4. 

PIKE, LISA — 19 Charles St. Concert Band 1,2,3; Marching Band 1,2. 

PINSON, HARLOW — Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; T.M.B. 3,4; Concert Band 1; Musical 1,2,3,4; A.F.S. 4; Jazz Ensemble 2,3,4; 

Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4. 

PLISKA, JANET — 79 Concord Rd. X-Country 1 ,2,3,4; Winter Track 1 ,2,3,4; Spring Track 1 ,2,3,4; President 2; Ensemble 3,4; 

Prom Committee 3. 
PONTI, BRENDA L. 
PORTER, JOHN — 156 South Rd. 

Cm?^;^^, 9 , Hartwel1 Rd - Football 1; X-Country 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Spring Track 3,4. 

dmtS' ™ r I beth r, 235 Great Rd - A F S - 1 ski Team 3 ' 4 ; Missile Staff 4 ; ski ciub 3,4. 

daFFa 'rS™ ~~ 6 Roberts Dr - Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Tele-Media 4. 

B k tb IN _ 189 S ° Uth Rd " SoftbaN 1 ' 2; Marchin 8 Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Softball 3; 



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RENNIE, CAROL — 18 Harvard Dr. Soccer and Hockey Cheerleading 3,4. 

RICKER, MARTHA A. — 69 Woodland Rd. Softball mgr. 1,2; Basketball mgr. 2; Field Hockey mgr. 2; Vice-President 3; Prom 
Committee 3,4. 

RICHTER, ERIN — 22 Paul Revere Rd. Swimming 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Prom Committee 3. 

RILEY, ANN — 22 Glenridge Dr. Gymnastics 1,2,4; Cheerleading 4; Gymnastics Co-Captain 2,4. 

ROBIDOUX, VICKY — 238 Great Rd. 

ROBINSON, DEBBIE A. — 44 Hayden Lane. 

ROSEMAN, ROBYN S. 

RUSSO, ELIZABETH — 16 Fern Way. 

RUSSO, JULIE — 3 Macintosh Rd. Field Hockey 2,3; Basketball 1,2; Softball 1,2; Citizenship Committee 4; Class President 3; 

Student Court 4; State Advisory Committee 3,4. 

SALTER, PAULA — 3 Richard Rd. Ski Team 1; Swim Team 1,2,3. 

SALZER, SCOTT — 3 Hilda Rd. Football 1; Golf 1,2,4. 

SAVIOLI, CHERYL — 67 Wildwood Dr. 

SCALTRETO, LISA — 5 Selfridge Rd. Gymnastics 1,2; Cheerleading 4. 

SCHOENDORF, LINDA — 16 Ledgewood Dr. Wind Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 
2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; A.F.S. 1,2; Musical 2,4. 

SCOTT, MICHAEL D. — 1 Madel Lane Soccer 1; Baseball 1; Ski Team 2,3,4. 
SINOTTE, LINDA — 1 Sibley Dr. Cheerleading 1,2. 

SIZOO, DAVID — 10 Birchwood Dr. German Club 1,2,3; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; J.S.R. Chairman 3; 
J.S.R. Secretary 4; Math League 3,4; N.H.S. 3; N.H.S. Treasurer 4. 

SMITH, LISA — 43 Burlington Rd. Soccer 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Concert Band 1,2,3. 
SPOFFORD, GEOFF — 1 Great Rd. Soccer 1 ,2,3,4; Capt. 3; Spring Track 2,3; Ensemble 2; Choir 3,4; Stage Crew — Musical 2; 
Musical 3,4. 

STANLEY, BOB — 10 Maxwell Rd. Concert Band 1; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Golf 2,3,4. 

STEELE, STEPHEN — 7 Jeffrey Circle. Ski Team 2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4. 

STEPHENS, JEFF — 5 Jeffrey Circle. Hockey 1,2. 

STINSON, BECKY — 4 Nellis Terrace. A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; Quebec Trip. 

STOCKDALE, MARY — 5 Glenridge Dr. Missile Staff 4; Prom Committee 3. 

SULLIVAN, GAIL — 5 Princess Pine Dr. Girls Swim Team 1,2,3; Yearbook Editor 4; Activities Committee 3. 
SULLIVAN, MARTHA — 57 Hartwell Rd. Field Hockey 2; Prom Committee 4. 

SUNDRA, SHAM — 6 Williams St. Concert Band 1 ; Marching Band 1 ,2,3,4; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Tournament of Plays 2; 
Jazz Ensemble 2,3,4; Musical 2,3,4; Volleyball 4; Ski Club 2,4; Intern Music Teacher 3,4. 
SVENDSON, DANA — 60 Carlisle Rd. Soccer 1,2,3; Football 4; Musical 2,3,4. 

SWIDER, SARAH — 1 5 Old Stagecoach. Cross Country 1 ; Parallax 2,3; Madrigal 2,3,4; Choir 1 ; Musical 1 ; Science Club 2,3; 

Drama 2,3; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; German Clulb 2,3; Best Bet '80. 

TAFT, KATHY— 19 Reeves Rd. Soccer 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Softball 1,2,3,4. 

TAYLOR, DEBORAH — 29 Old Billerica Rd. Soccer 2,3; Track 2; Prom Committee; Hall Decorating; Activities Committee. 
TRENKLER, IRIS — A.F.S. 4. 

TYNAN, MARGARET — 12 William St. Missile Staff 4. 

VETRANO, GENE — 19 Ledgewood Dr. Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4. 

VIOLA, LISA — 115 Offutt Rd. Concert Band 1; Lareine High School; Concert Band 2; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Marching Band 
2,3,4; Orchestra 3; Newspaper 2; Class Treasurer 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Vice-President Letter Ski Team 2,3,4; Captain 
3,4; J.S.R. 4. 
WAITE, JOHN P. 

WALLING, MARGARET — 2 Dutton Lane. Double Sextette 2,3,4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Choir 1 ,2,3,4; Musical 1 ,2,3,4; Marching Band 
1 ,2,3,4; Concert Band 1 ; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; German Club 1 ,2,3,4; Science Club 2; Drama Club 1 ,3,4; 
Tournament of Plays 4; Citizenship Committee 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Pep Band 3,4. 
WARD, NEAL— 23 Hilltop Dr. Soccer 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Track 1,2; Swimming 2. 
WILLIAMSON, LAURIE — 30 Meadowbrook Rd. Plays 1,2; Student Court 4. 

WILLIM, KAREN — 13 Paul Revere Rd. Field Hockey 1; Basketball 1,2,3; Softball 1,2,3; Junior Prom Committee; National 
Honor Society 2,3,4. 

WILLIS, SUE — 12 Gould Rd. Soccer 2; Ski Team 1,2; Gymnastics 1,3,4. 
WILSON, DENISE M. — 272 South Rd. 

WINGOOD, GINA— 5 Macintosh Rd. Cross Country 3,4; Spring Track 1,2,3,4; Winter Track 2,3,4. 

WHITAKER, ANNA — 29 Springs Rd. Drama 1,2,3,4; German Club 2,3,4; Ensemble 1,2,3; A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; Citizenship 

Committee 3,4. 

WHITLEY, KIM — 1 8 Glenridge Dr. Hockey-Soccer Cheerleading 1 ,2,3,4; Captain 4; Activities Committee 3; Prom Committee 
3; Missile Staff 4; Homecoming Court. 

WRIGHT, ELIZABETH A. — 287 Davis Rd. A.F.S. 1,2,3,4; Quebec Trip 2. 

YUKAWA, MICHI — 1 9 Hilltop Dr. Marching Band 1 ,2,3,4; Double Sextette 2,3,4; Musical 2,3,4; Concert Band 1 ; Jazz Band 
4; Track 1 ; Wind Ensemble 2,3,4; A.F.S. 1 ,2,3,4; Student Court 3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Secretary of A.F.S. 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Secretary of 
N.H.S. 4. 

GJELSVIC, SVEIN — 9 Robinson Dr. Soccer 1,2,3,4; Winter Track 1; Swim Team mgr. 3. 
HOWARD, DEBRA J. 

O'CONNOR, AILEEN — 6 Robinson Dr. Class Treasurer 1 ,2; Activities Chairperson 3,4; Soccer 2,3,4; Captain; Basketball 2,3; 
Softball 1,2,3,4. 

OLMSTEAD, SANDY — 4 Notre Dame Rd. Gymnastics 2,3; Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Prom Committee 3,4. 
MARSCHALL. SUSAN — 12 Clark Rd. 



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VALEDICTORIAN 



We, the Class of 1981, congratulate David Sizoo, our Valedic- 
torian. To every student in our class, David has, for four years, 
been a paragon of academic excellence. In addition, he is a 
friendly, well-liked member of the Senior Class. We know he 
will go far. 



FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENTS 




Jaime Picherzky 




METICULOUSLY MATCHED 
Debbie Bailey and Scooter Willis 



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MOSTLY MUSICAL 
Doug Gurley and Kelly Dougherty 





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JUNIOR PROM 1980 




COURT First row: Queen — Lori Burns, King — Eric Lundquist; Middle row: Julie Russo, Christine 
Miller, Mary Bruha, Debbie Manning; Back row: Richard Davidson, Mike McEachern, Neal 
Ward, Danny Oram. 



STILL 

Lady, morning's just a moment away 
and I'm without you once again 
You laughted at me 
You said you never needed me now 

We played the games that people play 
We made mistakes along the way 
Somehow I know deep in my heart 
You needed me 

Remembering the pain if I must say 
It's Deep in my mind and locked away 
But then most of all 
I do love you, still 

Those memories, times I'm sure we'll never 
forget 

Those feelings we can't put aside 
For what we had, sometimes I try to under- 
stand 

But it's so heavy on my mind 

So many dreams that flew away 
So many words we didn't say 
Two people lost in a storm 
Where did we go? Where'd we go? 
Lost but we both were found 
You know we let each other down 
But then most of all 
I do love you, still 

We played the games that people play 

We made our mistakes along the way 

Somehow I know deep in my heart 

You needed me cause I needed you 

So desperately 

We were too blind to see 

But then most of all 

I do love you, 

Still 





JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




Secretary — Mark Ennis, Treasurer — Shelly Nassr, Vice President — Kathryn 
Whitney, President — Mary Kay Wieler, Prom Committee Co-chairperson — 
Julie McGarry, Prom Committee Co-chairperson — Greg French 




Front Row: Linda )ohnson, Bekah Angus, Lynn Blaisdell, Maria Alessi, Linda Christen, Ginger Buxton, Sue Bergin, Charlene Bland, Linda Beck, Diana Blair; 
Middle Row: Jill Aldorisio, Theresa Brown, Leslie Burger, Stephanie Antonuccio, Nate Brown, Paul Brady, Paul Gerpial, Marcia Carpentier, Judy Chase, Linda 
Caristi, Robin Blake; Back Row: Kevin Bradshaw, Eric Bumann, Jim Castaneda, Louis Brown, Robert Brennan, Nathan Allen, Gary Ackerman, Scott Alcaide, 

Mike Clyde 




Front Row: Marie Dolan, Denise Conway, Amy Faulds, Kendel Davis, Karen Friedman, Anne Lunig, Deb Eaton, Kathleen Davidson, Natalie Dobkowski, Annett 
D'antoni, Angelica Coleo, Lauree Dameron; Middle Row: Lois Farrel, Susan Donaldson, Jennifer Cobe, Lisa Dowhng, June Falabella, Kathy Collins, Bill Evans, 
Mark Ennis, Bob Donahue, Mike Donahue, Greg Esses, Chris Long, Randy Eckhardt; Back Row: Robin Comley, Neile Diehard, Richard Delfino, Ian Cone, 
Jimmy Donovan, David Courtoglous, Greg Evans, Bob Couto, John deLellis, Paul Couvee, David Duff 



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Front Row: Kathy Salinas, Terry MacNeil, Diane McCarron, Andrea McClatchey, Kami Lambert, Laura Libby, Bethanne Larson, Terry MacCarthy, Linda Leong, 
Liz McGonagle; Middle Row: Donna MacDougal, Donna Mead, Robbie Matthews, Scott McCaffrey, Doug Kutyna, )eff Lipson, Francis McCovern, Marty 
Cuay, Patty Lehan, Sue MacDonald, Julie McCombe, Julie McCarry, Kathy Macintosh; Back Row: Lenny Mason, Ed Lane, J.R. McManus, Peter Manning, Paul 
McKie, Bill Mazko, Scott Lewis, David L'Heureux, Ronald Graham 




Front Row: Valerie French, Kathy Gural, Alison Horning, Robin Kleiman, Debbie Hansen, Karen Kenney, Debbie Holland, Wendi Hodgkinson, Diane Klett, 
Karen Friedman, Anne Lunig, Eileen Harrington; Middle Row: Elaina Kenny, Lisa Harrison, Jill Hunt, Heike Haker, Louise Guay, Scott Greenlee, Glen 
Harrington, Bob Fryer, Greg French, John Isnor, Nancy Fuschetti, Karen Gauntlett, Kathleen Fitzgerald, Kathy Duggan; Back Row: Rick Galant, Elizabeth 
Greene, Rick Goggins, David Kennedy, John Feehrer, Keith Johnson, Martin Guay, David Courtoglous, Ron Graham, John Garibotto, Jody Golonka 




Front row: Mary Ann Lanier, Beverly Ellis, Jim Ruggerio, Anne Lunig, Eileen Harrington, Mary Kay Wieler, Patty Lehan, Cheryl Tiegs, Farrah Fawcett, Jaclyn 
Smith; Second row: Kathy Colliton, Jeff Niles, Doug Kutyna, Allan Coady, Bekah Angus, Micheal Swider, John Zolnay, Jimmy Theophile, Jamie Collins, Dan 
Bruno, Bo Derek, Richard Gere; Back row: Paula Patterson, Patricia Anthony, Betsy Schellhase, Donna Mead, Angelica Colao, Kathy Salinas, Heather Corcoran. 
Corcoran. 



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Front Row: Heidi Mietzner, Erica Root, Susan Nawiochek, Nancy Nawoichek, Jackie Nazzaro, llona Nagy, Joanna Piro, Wendy Pike, Linda O'Brien, Shelly 
Nassr, Christine O'Shaughnessy, Emily O'Hara; Middle Row: Grace O'Hara, Kim Polk, Sue Pyles, Loralee Prior, Jeff Niles, Benjamin Mendez, Matt Pagelkopf, 
Larry Puzzo, Paul Richter, Melinda Lopez, Sharon Reidy, Cretta Moore, Karen Rogers; Back Row: Rick Mizzoni, Michael Montemagno, Ken Molloy, David 

Pottle, Doug Millar, John Penney, Robert Morse, Bill Miksenes, Bob Sonato 




Front Row: Jill Smith, Kristina Zimmerman, Kathy Salinas, Sue Smiley, Carol Ward, Ann-Marie Sweeney, Kristen Theophile, Marcia Sandblom, Mary 
Sutherland, Kelli Whitley, Kris Weatherbee; Middle Row: Richard Sullivan, Richard Varano, Mike Swider, David Walsh, Jim Theophile, Steve Thompkins, 
Bryant Wmgood, Steven Sexton, David Tatosian; Back Row: Robert Scott, Kenny Wilson, Keith Wilson, Adam Sutton, Mike Wilson, Robbie Emerson, Kyle 

Hansen, Bernie Sykes, Steve Soltis, Phil Wachsler 




SOPHOMORE CLASS 
OFFICERS 



Sophomore Class Officers, President — Kerri Dougherty, Vice President — Paul 
Freeman, Secretary — Christine Donadio, Treasurer — Dianne Siera 



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Front Row: Caryn Blodgett, Maureen Callahan, Tina Carr, Katie Bryan, Dusan Ayasse, Terry Buxton, Tracey Buskirk, Michelle Busa, Sue Bullock, Michelle 
Bibee, Terry Binsack, Lucia Avitabile; Back Row: Dan Boudreau, Steven Bensley, Dana Ansel, Scott Campbell, Kemal Argon, Mike Bezek, Joe Baker, Richard 
Bernard, Brian Chase, David Barbieri, Mark Brady, Sean Brady, Keith Ciampa 




Front Row: Christine Donadio, Elaine Kenison, Carolyn Killiam, Roger Lydon, Michelle Little, Susan Bullock, Amy Lehan, Laura Farinello, Susan Alderisio, 
Sandy Couto, Janine Cauntt, Barbara Birch; Second Row: Debra Shiek, Gretchn Voight, Allison Sibley, Mark Barthold, Sean O'Connor, Joe Maskalenko, Tim 
French, Chris Moore, David Puffer, Pete Millet, Greg Foerest, Cindy Bailey, Jeanne Freehrer, Lauren Benson, Third Row: Brian Hanley, John Ryder, Chris 
Castro, James Mclaughlin, J. P. Crelish, Brian Jones, David Aucoin, Bradley Bates, Sal Peglatore 




Front Row: Krissy Connors, Lisa Coleman, Jennifer Crocker, Lynne Draskovich, Susan Dutra, Kerri Dougherty, Michelle Giard, Beth Denaro, Phyllis Doherty, 
Kim Draper, Wendy Geeser, Anela Feole; Middle Row: Mary Guirleo, Linda Cormier, Traci Defrancesco, Peter Dunn, Gordy Gauntlett, Paul Freeman, Gerald 
Crocker, Eric Gerdes, Nadine DiClemente, Laura Farinello, Mary Davidson, Kathy Croke; Back Row: Scott Defoe, Mark Damery, Jeff Conway. Dan Colonero, 
Mark French, Jim Early, Peter Corey, Eric Eaton, Jim Ellis, Tim Donahue, Tom Concannon 



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Front Row: Rebecca Harrison, Karen Hall, Linette Harris, Gail Hulbert, Lisa Leary, Julie Hamilton, Kerrie Lacovara, Jennifer Hilker, Dina Jellison, Lori Larsen; 
Middle Row Helen Kwon, Erin Harrington, Michelle Lewis, Alan Jelalian, Todd Kirkland, Leon Lousararian, Jon Goldman, Bill Lindley, Eileen Kilpatrick, Carol 
Johnson, Cindy Johnson; Back Row: Brian Jones, Erik Lund, David Heggestad, Patrick Herlihy, Oliver Heller, Mark Isnor, Michael Kempton, Joe Kelnhofer, 
Frank Kolarik, Bob Hodgkinson, Robert Livingston 




Front Row: Pam Weatherbee, Elizabeth McCulloch, Annette Malchow, Jul Maczko, Alison Maurer, Elaine Millar, Kristi Mason, Roseanne McHugh, Laura 
McMahan, Karen MacQuilken; Middle Row: Stephanie Robinson, Kathryn Miller, Bonnie Murray, Laura Price, Marie Preston, Lisa Mici, Robert Williams, 
Roger McKenna, Brian MacArthur, Lisa Manning, Diana Kenney, Kerstin McGilvray, Vickie McCormack, Stephanie Morris; Back Row: Mike Williamson, 

James McKenna, Ernest Messinger, Dan Sheehan, Chris Miller, Steve McDonough, Greg McCollem 




Front row: Anne Sarno, Jenifer Moore, Carolyn Mix, Bonnie Murray, Marie Preston, Kim Neal, Kerry Moore, Patty Raffa, Stephanie Robinson Middle row: 
Eileen Harrington, Jane Morano, Karen Freidman, Margie Powderly, Rich O'Neil, Tom Papalia, Guy Montamagno, David Packer, Mike Ruggiero, Andy Ringle, 
Leslie Patou, Stephanie Morris; Back row: Ian Newkirk, Steve O'Neil, Steve Renny, Carl Perry, Mike Quinn, Jen Porter, Eric Olsen, Kevin St. Onge, Steve Riley, 
Glen Raymond. 



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Front Row — Bonny Burns, Tricia Burns, Caryn Blodgett, Gail Alperin, Amy Birimgham, Lynn Breland, Maureen Bench, Julie Bumbaca, Cheryl Akagi, Valerie 
Bogan, Nancy Cushman, Elaine Carrol, Middle Row; Daw Capazutto, Jim Blasi, John Browniscowski, Jimmy Boatright, Terry Bradshaw, Mike Bruno, Cris 
Brown, Ingraham Bellamy, Philip Ahola, Christopher Birch, Bruce Briggs, Alfred Boudreau, Andrea Cantella, MaryEllen Carter, Kerry Callahan, Back Row; Eva 
Cuthbert, Frank Cartaglia, John Crawford, Dale Cox, Carole Crittenden, Danny Coleo, Mike Bush, Scott Cummingham, Joe Buskirk, Kim Colliton 




Front Row — Amy Tucker, Julene Ullrich, Sharon Wheaton, Molly Silverstrome, Denise Webb, Monique Tilton, Amy Lehan, Tammy Stouter, Carolyn Stockdale 
Middle Row — Elizabeth Telford, Kristen Sundra, Cany Smith, Michelle Taylor, David Wheeler, Mark Wachsler, Doug Traynor, Greg Towle, Sarah Wright, 
Theresa Soderstrom, Karen Swider, Barbarba Wallime, Jean Feehrer, Nancy Sullivan; Back Row, Billy Webster, Eric Stephan, Robert Williams, Eric Thomas, Joe 
Shamon, Pat Towle, Steve Shaw, Norman Wright, Randy Wilson, Ben Stinson, Mike Spoffard. 



Front row: Cheryl Dogherty, Adrienne Elder, Michelle Eaton, Julie Diucette, Melinda Glennon, Laura Doherty, Chris Doyle, Kathleen Donaldson, Jocelyn 
Gamble, Laura Feltman, Helen D'Arcy; Middle row: Anthony D'Antoni, Janet Drohan, James Doherty, Tom Devine, Scott Filleul, Brian Goguen, Charles Ellis, 
John Guetersloh, James Duke, David Dungey, Brad Davies, James Gettman, Sylvia Fiorino, Michelle George, Wendy Drew; Back row: Todd Dyson, Dave 
Gardness, Peter Galipeau, Ken Ginder, Barry Dyment, Dan Fougere, Tim Donahue, Shafik Pam, Darren Evans, Peter Farrell, Paul Ferrero, Shawn Damery. 




Front Row: Sheryl Orris, Dawn Pourti, Christine Olmstead, Toni McCombe, Virginia Miller, Leslie Mclaughlin, Kerry Petersen, Janine McLaughlin, Carla 
Picarello, Barbera Pexider; Middle Row: Julia McConnell, Julie Pelletier, Deborah Molloy, Rita McMahan, Kim Petrino, Lisa Porter, Shan Pitts, Linda Owens, 
Christine Messinger, Jeanne O'Brien, Jill Millman; Back Row: Mikie Powderly, Marco Pomponi, Eric Miller, James Mosca, Paul Pandiscio, Richard Minassian, 

Sean McCaffery, Greg Moll, Curtis McMurtree, David McArron, Michael Mignon, Kevin Moffet 




Front Row: Joanne Kent, Lisa Haywood, Molley Koester, Laurine Marino, Catherine Hansen, Karla Jones, Karma Jones, Mika Lacy, Marianne Markivich, Kerry 
Latina, Jo Beth Lanier, Leslie Jelalian; Middle Row: Barbara Konkle, Joanne Hunter, Christine Lawrence, Cindy Harrington, Robert Lord, Stephen Mace, David 
Herlihy, Brian Hall, Bruce Kozuma, Christopher Kimmins, Laura Kupfrian, Jean-Marie Matthews, Judy Mace, Joyce Hennrikus, Meg Isnor, Courtenay Hand; 
Back Row: Scott Lerner, Philip Kohm, Dan Kleiman, Perry Lipsin, David Knell, Dan Lynch, Kevin Long, Matt Kennedy, Scott Kossman, Peggy Kilpatrick, Tina 

Marti nes 



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Front Row: Barbara Yakush, Anne Weaver, Andrea Shamon, Ann-Marie Stella, Linda Ricker, Karin Yeatts, Karin Reinish, Liza Ralston, Cindy Ricker, Sandy 
Richards, Nancy Preston, Tracey Sullivan; Middle Row: Paul Sullivan, Mark Venuti, Eddie Spencer, Doug Smith, John Ringle, Peter Pray, John Rollonson, Dan 
Ricci, Chris Adil, Niki Warren, Monica Soltis, Ana Vela, Valerie Sharp, Laura Radrick; Back Row: Matt St. Pierre, Dan Williams, Peter Sullivan, Adam Stuart, 
Dan Robinson, Timmy Salinas, Mike Prescott, Billy Pugh, Raj Tanden, Mark White, Bunky White, Jennifer Smith 




Front Row: Kim Jacewicz, Barbara Flanagan, Liz Othmer, Cheryl Petrino, Melinda Olisky, Laurie Chilton, Trina Rhodes, Becky Eckhardt, Jan Hamman, Amy 
McGovern; Second Row: Chris Adil, Heidi Voight, Lori Taft, John Orlando, Jack Monico, Mike Hill, June Costa, Suzie Jean Crezenci; Third Row: Jim Falls, Pat 
Egan, Jim DeVellis, Steven Gauntlett, Ron Scaltrito, Brian Molloy, Kathy Alessi 




TELEMEDIA 





BHS SUPERBAND 



96 




ORCHESTRA 



Violin I 

Keith Evans** 
Harlow Pinson* 
Kristina Zimmerman 
Molly Silvestrone 
Richard Proulx* 
Mike McEachern* 
Mark Damery 
Amy Tucker 
Violin II 
Peter Farrell 
Marco Pomponi 
Christine Laurence 
Michelle Eaton 
Pamela Duggan 
Valerie Bogan 
Viola 

Amy Theobald 
Sarah Swider 
Cello 

Pam Brown* 
Brian Cauntt* 



Double Bass 

Scott Cambell 
Keith McPhee 
Piano L 
Laura Libby 
Jeff Cage* 
Flute 

Linda Schoendorf* 
Carolyn Caruso* 
Michi Yukawa* 
Andrea McClatchey 
Oboe 

Cynthia Ellis* 
Sham Sundra* 
Janet Sword* 
Clarinet 
Sandra Draper* 
Lori Larsen 
Julie Hamilton 
John Feeher 
Bass Clarinet 
Linda Blomstedt 



Trumpet 

Richard Papalia* 
Beth Ann Telford 
Mark Cierpial 
Glenn Cullen* 
Trombone 
Scott Pederson 
Matt Pagelkopf 
French Horn 
Wendy Pike 
Beth Ann Larson 
Margaret Walline* 
Barbara Walline 
Tuba 

Todd Campbell* 
Percussion 

Katie Kennedy* 
Gary Ackerman 
Mark DeLellis* 
John Pidgeon* 
* = Senior 
** = Concertmaster 



JAZZ 
ENSEMBLE 




Saxophone 

Sham Sundra* 
Bob Stanley* 
Doug Gurley* 
John Feeher 
Sandra Draper* 
Susan Bergin 
Cindy Ellis* 
Vincent Orlando* 
Louis Brown 
Trumpet 
Doug Auld* 
Robert Brennan 
Paul Cierpial 
Glenn Cullen* 
Ricky Papalia* 
Beth Ann Telford 
Trombone 
Scott Pederson 



Matt Pagerkopf 
Harlow Pinson* 
Margaret Walline* 
Tuba 

David Folweiler* 
Electric Guitar 
Jeff Bryant* 
Electric Bass 
Todd Campbell* 
Keyboards 
Michi Yukawa* 
Percussion 
Katie Kennedy* 
Mark DeLellis* 
John Pidgeon* 
Gary Ackerman 
Steve McDonough 
* = Senior 



CONCERT BAND 




Piccolo 

Diana Lund* 
Flute 

Jean Feehrer 
Diana ben-Aaron* 
Melinda Glennon 
Anne Lunig 
Karen Killam* 
Carolyn Clyde 
Gayle Alperin 
Lauren Benson 
Jan Hamann 
Kim Merrick 
Julie Viola 
Kim Jacewicz 
Sara Folweiler 
Janet Drohan 
Sarah Campos 
Debbie Hansen 
Christina Leonard 
Oboe 

Teresa McCarthy 



Cindy Bailey 
Carolyn Killam 
Clarinet 
Eric Lundquist* 
Laura McMahon 
Mike Melville 
Molly Koester 
Heidi Mietzne r 
Elaine Millar 
David Puzzo* 
Christine Donadio 
Trina Rhodes 
Joanne Stephens 
Richard O'Neil 
Jo Beth Lanier 
Ann-Marie McGovern 
Angela French 
Bass Clarinet 
Kim Haywood 
Peter Galipeau 
Alto Saxophone 
Bill Bruno* 



Scott Cunningham 
Kenneth Mayer* 
Elaine Kenison 
Chris Moore 
Guy Montemagno 
Roseann McHugh 
Tenor Saxophone 
John Orlando 
Baritone Saxophone 
Jack Monaco 
Trumpet 
David Sizoo* 
Rob Morse 
Richard Davidson* 
Barbara Flanagan 
David Wheeler 
Kurt Graeff 
Kenneth Cinder 
Greg McCollum 
Andy Ringle 
French Horn 
Bruce Kozuma 



Baritone Horn 

Keith Gauntt* 
Baritone Horn 

Keith McPhee 
Bernard Sykes 
Tuba 

Debbie Raff a* 
Percussion 

Greg Agonis 
Gail Heinrich 
Ian Cone 
Brian Hanley 
Richard Delfino 
Dan Bruno 
Bill Mazko 
Cheryl Petri no 
Brian Sykes 
Micheal Bush 
Micheal Clyde 
* = Senior 



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Piccolo 

Carolyn Caruso* 
Flute 

Linda Schoendorf* 
Michi Yukawa* 
Andrea McClatchey 
Neile Diehard 
Oboe 

Cindy Ellis* 
Janet Sword* 
Eb Clarinet 
Katie Bryan 
Bb Clarinet 
Sham Sundra* 
John Feehrer 
Bob Stanley* 



Susan Bergin 
Lori Larsen 
Lisa Viola* 
Vincent Orlanda* 
Julie Hamilton 
Bass Clarinet 
Linda Blomstedt 
Contrabass Clarinet 
Kathy Smith 
Bassoon 
Louis Brown 
Robin Johnson* 
Alto Saxophone 
Doug Curley* 
Tom Concannon 
Tenor Saxophone 



Sandy Draper* 
Baritone Saxophone 

Jon Goldman 
Trumpet 
Doug Auld* 
Robert Brennan 
Paul Ciepial 
Glenn Cullen* 
Ricky Papalia* 
Beth Ann Telford 
French Horn 
Wendy Pike 
Beth Ann Larsen 
Margaret Walline* 
Barbara Walline 
Trombone 



Scott Pederson 
Harlow Pinson* 
Matt Pagelkopf 
Baritone Horn 
Larry Puzzo 
Tuba 

Todd Campbell* 
David Folweiler* 
Percussion 
Gary Ackerman 
Mark DeLellis* 
Katie Kennedy* 
Steven McDonough 
John Pidgeon 
* = Senior 





Back row: Benjy Mendes, Brad Davies, Elizabeth Bonesteele, Debbie Manning, Melinda Lopez, Margaret Walline, Laureen Cavanagh, 
Renee Dobkowski, Donald Naugler, Richard Davidson, Scott Ciampa, Chris Choate, Geoff Spofford, Susan Bergin, Carla Picarello; Third 
row: John Epeneter, Linda Johnson, Laura Kupfrian, Cindy Bailey, Barbara Walline, Natalie Dobkowski, Peter Galipeare, John DeLellis, 
Nate Brown, Peter Colonero, Jon Goldman, Sheri Nickerson, Kathy Gural, Molly Silvestrone, Virginia Miller; Second row: Beth Anne 
Telford, Susan Ayasse, Karen Friedman, Michi Yukawa, Adam Sutton, Vincent Orlando, Dana Svenson, Sean Damary, Dave Melville, Jack 
Monaco, Mary Givrleo, Susanne Logcher; Front row: Laura Feldman, Debbie Bailey, Gail Hulbert, Anne Lunig, Deb Eaton, Matt Kennedy, 
Paul Couvee, Mary Kay Weiler, Kelly Dougherty, Karen Killam, Carolyn Killam, Mary Ann Labier, Shirley Cotrill. 



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Valerie French, Patty Anthont, Linda Owens, Amy Burmingham, Karen Kenney, Jody Golonka, Mary Davidson, Julie Mazko, Courtney 
Hand, Michelle Lewis, Diana Blair, Sandy Richards, Sara Campos, Sara Campos, Lauren Benson, Carolyn Clyde, Tina Carr, Erica Logcher, 
Sue Bullock, Nadine DiClamente, Amy Lehan, Judy Mace, Angelica Coiab, Diana Kenney, Kristy Sundra, Kerri Dougherty, Leslie 
McLaughlin, Susan Dutra, Karen Swider, Becky Horritson, Kim Merrick, Lisa Manning, Linda Christian, Jean Mathews, Karen Keatts, Janet 

Pliska, Joanne Dutra, Diana Lund, Molly Koester, Alisa Horning, Amy McGovern. 



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MADRIGALS 




Front row: Mrs. Latham, Judy Chase, Katie Bryan, John Orlando, Adam Sutton, Doug Curley, Nona Nagy, Cindy Johnson, Marcia 
Carpentier, Sarah Swider; Back row: Becky Alderink, Heather Corcoran, Carol Richardson, Chris Choate, Kennith Mayer, Keith Evans, 
Scott Campbell, Bruce Kozuma, Gary Ackerman, Kelly Dougherty, Mary Ann Lanier. Accompanist — Jeff Gage. 



BARBERSHOP 




QUARTET 

DOUBLE 
SEXTETTE 



Chris Choate, Keith Evans, Doug Gurley, Vincent Orlando. 




Katie Bryan, Judy Chase, Carol Richardson, Barbara Walline, Melinda Lopez, Margaret Walline, Becky Alderink, Carolyn Killam. Kathv 
Gural, Karen Killam, Cindy Johnson, Nona Nagy, Kelly Dougherty, Mary Ann Lanier. Accompanist — Michi Yukawa. 



AFS OFFICERS 




Front Row — Marcy Appell, Michi Yukawa, Neila Hingorani, Kenneth Mayer, Natalie Dobkowski, Iris Trenkler; Back Row 
— Bruno Duquesnue, Renee Dobkowski, Katie Bryan 




Terry McCarthy, Sal Paglia, 
Brian Laffan, Diana Blair, 
Stephanie Antonuccio; 2nd 
row — Katie Bryan, Bruno 
Duquesnue, Kenneth Mayer, 
Neila Hingorani, Michi 
Yukawa, Natalie Dob- 
kowski; 3rd row — Margaret 
Walline, Murita Lofgren, 
Ann Mudget, David Grenne, 
Eliabeth McCullough, Erica 
Root, Sharon Reidy, Susan 
Bergin; 4th row — Chris 
Hansen, Kathy Macintosh, 
Benji Mendes, Marcia Car- 
penter, Jonathan Coleman, 
Steven McDough; 5th row 
— Melinda Lopez, Doug 
Curley, Kathy Gural, Ann- 
Marie Sweeney, )udy Chase, 
Liza Ralston, Amy Birmin- 
gham, Jennifer Crocker; 6th 
row — Mirchelle Cloutier, 
Tom Perry, Stacey Newman, 
Suzanne Logcher, Kelly Col- 
liton, Karen Killiam. 



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SKI CLUB 

Mary Kay Weiler, Patty Leehan, Lynn Blaisdell, Anne Lunig, Rob Schorrens, 
Valerie French, Sandy Draper, Renee Dobkowski, Sue McDonald, Kathy 
Davidson, Natalie Dobkowski, Anne Witicker, Dianne Oppedisano, J.J. 
Crocker. 




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FIRST ROW — Bonnie 
Nassr, Pam Brown; BACK 
ROW — Kathy Colliton, 
Michelle Pelletier, Lois Far- 
rell, Doug Millar, Phillip 
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)ulie Russo, Marty Guay, Mr. Ullman, Mrs. Kinney, 
Terry McCarthy, Michi Yukawa, Ginger Buxton 




FIRST ROW — 
Nicholas Bonesteel, 
Mark Wachsler, David 
Sizoo, Paul Farrell, 
David Kennedy, Bill 
Bruno; SECOND ROW 
— Martin Heggestad 



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FIRST ROW — William Lindley, Mark 
Wachsler, Phillip Wachsler, Jo-Beth 
Lanier, Karen Reison; SECOND ROW 
— Martin Heggestad, Margaret Wal- 
line, Kenneth Mayer, Karen Killiam, 
Ann Whitaker, Alison Horning 



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FIRST ROW — Lee Castro, Philip 
Wachsler, Mark Wachsler, Micheal 
Clyde, Suzanne Logcher, Bunky White; 
BACK ROW — William Lindley, David 
Ellis, Brian Laffan 




FIRST ROW — Bethanne 
Larson, Heather Lane, 
Neile Diehard, Mr. De- 
silets, Phyliss Dougherty; 
SECOND ROW — Terri 
McCarthy, Stephanie An- 
tonuccio, David Greene, 
Marcy Appell, Dianna 
Blair 



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Science Club 



FRONT ROW — Eris Cerdes; Sec- 
ond Row — Jay Guetersloh, Steve 
Tompkins, Amy Theobald, Sal Pag- 
lia; Back Row — Renee Dobkowski, 
Brian Laffan, David Greene, Nathan 
Brown 



FRONT ROW — William 
Lindley, Neila Hingorani; 
Second Row — Nathan 
Brown, Eric Gerdes, David 
Greene, Renee Dobkowski, 
Brian Laffan, Karen Rogers, 
Carol Richardson; Third Row 
— Micheal Clyde, David 
Folweiler, Judy Chase 



FIRST ROW — Mark Wachsler, David Ellis, Phillip Waschler; SECOND ROW | 
— Micheal Clyde, Alison Horning, )im Ellis, William Lindley I 




FOOTBALL 




FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Front Row: Mike Powderly, Jeff Mazeo, Mike Bush, David Dungey, Tom Devine, Mark 
White, Richard Minassian, Ed Spencer, Dan Williams; Middle Row: Peter Farrell, Dave Gardner, Scott Filluel, Phil 
Ahola, Brian Goguen, Pat Egan, Scott McCarron, Frank Cataglea, Kevin Moffet, Steve Gauntlett; Back Row: Coach 
Hughs, Paul Pandisio, Peter Pray, John Rollinson, Ingram Belamy, Chip Ellis, Greg Moll, Don Ricci, Chris Brown, 
Matt St. Pierre, Coach Campbell 




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JUNIOR VARSITY Front Row: Eric Bumann, Michael Mead, Bill Miksenas, Ronnie Graham, Kenny Russell, Mike Mon- 
temagno, Fred Yanosick, Greg French, J.R. McManus, Carl Russell, David Walsh, Mark Ennis; Second Row: Pat Towle, 
Tim French, Rich Varano, Roger McKenna, Dan Sheehan, Roger Lyon, Bob Williams, John Spidel, Gordy Gauntlet; Third 
Row: Coach Petrillo, Erik Luno, Glenn Harrington, Scott Greenlee, Dave Brown, Chris Cherlin, Tim Donaque, Peter 
Dunn, Chris Moore, Coach Hirch: Fourth Row: Mike Swider, Ak Jelalian, Scott Dffoe, Rich O'Neil, Mark Isnor, Eric Eaton, 
Lenny Mason, Mike Ruggeri; Fifth Row: Chuck Hayward, Mark French, Greg Towle, Sean Brady, Scott Cambell. 



BOYS' SOCCER 




Front row: Scotter Willis, Peter Manning, Jim Concannon, Paul D'entremont, Rick Davidson, Neil Ward, Mike McEachern, Jamie Picherzky, John Williamson, 
Tom Perry; Back row: Andy Harrington (assistant manager), Don hammond, Doug Millar, Geoff Spofford, Peter Colonero, Marty Guay, Svein Gjelsvik, Rob 
Morse, Brian Gauntt, Don Naugler, Bill Carter (manager) Coach Patuleia 




GIRLS' VARSITY SOCCER 

Front row: Coach Nossdorfer, Sandy 
Lewis, Elaine Millar, Eileen Harrington, 
Anne Boatright, Karen McQuilken, Pam 
Weatherbee, Michele Busa, Diane 




GIRLS' JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER 




Front row: Jennifer Crocker, Michelle Taylor, Joyce Henrikus, Molly Silverstrone, Kerry Latina, Tricia Burns, 
Kerstin McGilvray, Jan Hamann, Darlene Church, Coach McManus; Middle row: Kristi Mason, Mary Buck, Julie 
Viola, Julie Hamilton, Michelle Giard, Annette Malchow, Becky Eckhardt; Back row: Julie McGarry, Karen 
Gauntlett, Mary Kay Wieler, Kathleen Duggan, Sue Nawoichik 




GIRLS' FIELD HOCKEY 1980 




VARSITY Front row: Terre Burns, Kathy Hennrikus, Laura Bench, Beth Doucette; Middle row: Laurie Dameron, Anne 
Lunig, Lynne Blaisdell, Kthy Fitzgerald, Kathy Davidson, Kristen Lundquist, Suzanne Pyles, Donna McDougall, 
Sandy Lewis; Back row: Kim Neal, Sara Folweiler, Lisa Manning, Margie Powderly, Maureen Bench, Meg Isnor, 
Elaine Carroll, Anne-Marie Sweeney (manager). 





IUNIOR VARSITY Front row: Beth Danard, Betsy Greene, Denise Conway, Becka Angus, June Fallabella, Denise Webb, Diana Kenny, 
Grace O'Hara; Middle row: Jean-Marie Mathews, Amy McGovern, Christine Russo, Courtney Hand, Mary Davidson, Sue Alderisio, Carol 
1 22 Johnson, Sharon Wheaton, Jean Crescenzi; Back row: Jane Gallagher (coach), Cindy Ricker (manager), Julie Doucette, Debby Malloy, Terri 
Bellingi, Diane Serra, Terri Binsack, Peggy Kilpatrick, Donna Breland, Merry Moore, Lisa Mici, Kim Petrano, Stephanie Robinson. 



BOYS' CROSS-COUNTRY 1980 




jjM Front row: William Bruno*, Robert Bradford*, James Mercurio*, Kenneth Ringle, Richard Proulx, Kenneth 
Pliska, Coach Sullivan; Second row: Ian Cone, Bruno Duquesne, David Kennedy, Bryant Wingood, John 
■■■JJ Feehrer, Carl Perry; Third row: Mi< hael Bruno, Matthew Kenned} . Brian Hanle> , leffrey Lipson, Andrew Ringle, 
■IH Thomas Papalia; Back row: Raymond Boudreaux, Jon Zolnay, Barry Dyment, Daniel Bruno. 





GIRLS' CROSS-COUNTRY 




Front row: Marianne Croke (manager), Sandra Draper, Kelly Dougherty, co-captains 
Monique Faucher & Janet Pliska, Linda Humphreys, Cina Wingood; Middle row: 
Theresa Buxton, Melinda Lopez, Theresa McCarthy, Kerri Dougherty, Kathy Croke; 
Back row: Terri Soderstrom, Karen Yeatts, Gail Heinrich, Coach Keup, Cynthia 
Bailey, Michelle Pelletier. 




SWIM TEAM 




Front row: Erin Richter, Pamela Brown, Kathy Whitney; Middle row: Robin Kleinman, Lynn Breland, Cheryl Neil, Patty Lehan, Pam Mead, 
Laura Doherty, )anet Drohan, Mary Ellen Carter, Emily O'Hara, Kami Lambert, Lesley McGlaughlin, Jeanne Feehrer; Back row: Coach 
Maczko, Candy Smith, Amy Lehan, Lee Ann Bezek, Diane Klett, Erica Root, Cynthia Johnson, Louise Cuay, Kelly Colliton, Andrea 
McClatchy, Julie Maczko, Christine Donadio, Heidi Mietzner. 






BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL 





GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL 




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WINTER TRACK 




First Row — Lee Castro, Bruno Duquesne, Jim Mecurio, Bob Bradford, Andy Blake, Scott Jones, Peter 
Brooks; Middle Row — Coach Sullivan, David Kennedy, Brian Wingood, Barry Dyment, Greg Towle, 
Mike Ruggerio, Coach Prey; Back Row — John Williamson, Carl Perry, Kenny Pliska, Pat Towle, Sean 
Brady 



Ski Team 




Front Row: Randall Eckhardt, Mike Scott, Eric Lundquist, Lisa Viola, Steve Gardner, Kristen Lundquist, Stephen 
Steele, Kathy Fitzgerald, Mike Goguen, Greg Esses, Phil Ahola, Andy Nawochik; Back Row: Karen Yeattes, Valerie 
French, Rob Livingston, Billy Webster, Jeff Porter, Mike Bush, Brian Goguen, David McCarron, White. 





Seniors: Eric Lundquist, Mike Scott, Steve Gardner, Steve Steele, Andy Nawochik, Lisa Viola. 



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BOYS' BASEBALL 




GIRLS' SOFTBALL 




GOLF 




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BOYS SPRING TRACK 




First row: Geoff Spofford, Peter Colonero, Don Birch, Sparky Nolan, Zuds Zolnay, Bill 
Harrington; Second row: Dan Bruno, Bryant Wingood, Doug Curley, Don Naugler, Chris 
Wiesen, Bill Bruno, Ass't Coach Pray; Third row: Ken Pliska, Tom Papalia, Marty Cuay, John 
Zolnay, Rich Davidson, Coach Sullivan; Fourth row: Brian Hanley, Willie Williamson, John 
Feehrer, Eppy Busch, Bob Bradford, Rick Proulx; Fifth row: Jeff Lipson, Brian Jones, Peter 
Russo 






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GIRLS SPRING TRACK 




GIRLS TENNIS 




1st row — Fran Beecy, Laura Bench, Betsey Landrigan, Terre Burns, Scharon Bratt, Debbie Bailey; 2nd row — Heidi Mietzner, 
Sandy Lewis, Donna McDougal, Carol Richardson, Pam Brown, Jill Alderisio; 3rd row — Coach McManus, Tanya Kneeland, 
Denise Landrigan, Kristy Sundra, Laura Farinello, Sue Aldorisio, Kathy Collins, Lori Larson, Heather Paton, Mary Sue Gailleio 





Front row: Joe Devine, Dean Ceas, Doug Park, Scott Penny, Jeff Hand, Bill Stinson, Jim Stepchew, Ference Nagy, Mike Davidson; Second 
row: Coach Mallay, Tom Perry, Bill Carter, Dan Hamon, Devin Kineen, Paul Farrell, Scott Ciampa, Eric Lundquist, Brian Gauntt, Paul 
d'Entremont; Third row: Coacn Ngoon, Keith Ciampa, Sean Brady, Greg French, Bob Fryer, David Melville, Mkke Montemagno, Rob 
Mathews, Guy Montemagno, Bob Williams, Ray Boudreau; Back row: Coach Hughes, Mark French, John Penny, Pat Weatherbee, Fred 

Yenosick, Dan Colonero, Jim Carter, Mike Goguen, John Garibotto. 




ADMINISTRATION 




Principal's Message 

The price of success is hard work and dedication to one's 
own goals for the future. As you complete your high school 
career, each of you must now begin to apply those things 
you have learned which will help you to reach your goals. 
Keep in mind that success is not only job and financial 
security but rather success also means having respect for 
the dignity and rights of others. 

On behalf of all of us at Bedford High School, congratula- 
tions and best wishes. 

Thomas J. Duggan 
Principal 



Thomas Duggan 



SECRETARIES 




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Mrs. Happy 

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Mrs. Lunig 



Mrs. Chamberlain 




ADMINISTRATION 





It is a pleasure again to send greetings to graduating seniors of 
Bedford High School through the pages of this yearbook and to the 
students in the other classes. The seniors were freshmen in 1977 
when I was also a "freshmen" in Bedford. 

I know something about their ambitions, their concerns and their 
dreams. If their four years' education in Bedford High School adds 
something to the fulfillment of their dreams and ambitions then we, 
their teachers, take satisfaction in sharing in this sense of fulfillment. 
I, too, "graduate" from the Bedford schools this year, but I will long 
remember this class of 1981. 

Kenton E. Stephens, Sr. 
Superintendent of Schools 



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Mrs. Drummond 
Assistant to the Superintendant 



Mrs. Claire French 
Mrs. Judy Breen and Mrs. Suzanne Pickett 




Mr. Keup Mrs. Robinson Miss Sakalakis Mr. Melanson 



SOCIAL 
STUDIES 




Mr. Reynolds Mr. Lewis 




Mr. Biggio Mrs. Ralston Mrs. Pellegrini Mr. Sullivan 

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Mr. Dietz Miss O'Sullivan Miss Mintz Mrs. Probolus 




HOME ECONOMICS 



Mr. Kelly Mrs. Rosset 




Mrs. Baker Mrs. Drenas Mrs. Tsefrekas Mrs. Perkensen 



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INDUSTRIAL ARTS 




Mr. Morgan 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




Mr. McManus 



Miss Gfoerer 




Miss Gallagher 



Mr. Adams 



Miss McManus 



Mr. Petrillo 



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AUDIO 
VISUAL 



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Mrs. Schirmer 




Mrs. Ritz 




SPECIAL EDUCATION 



Mr. Morse 




Mrs. Carpenter 



Miss Ratych 



ROTC 



LIBRARY 



Mrs. Dowling 



Mrs. Travis 




Mrs. Hibbert 



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COUNSELING 



Mr. Greenway 



Mrs. Brine 




Mr. Moss 



Mr. Gollis 




Mrs. McDonald 



Mrs. MacLeod 



Mrs. Lawless 




Mrs. Pate 



Mrs. O'Neil 



CAFETERIA 




Mrs. Nazario 



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EDITOR IN CHIEF 

LAYOUT EDITOR 

ASSISTANT LAYOUT EDITOR 



MISSILE STAFF 



GAIL SULLIVAN 

STEPHANIE ANTONUCCIO 
DIANA benAARON 




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Best Wishes to 
the Class of 1981 
from 

Dr. & Mrs. 
Guy A. McGarry 




Compliments of 
KENNETH KAPLAN, M.D. 





BEDFORD-BILLERICA 
Formal Shops 



'Tuxedos for All Occasions" 1 
Bedford Shopping Center Treble Cove Plaza 

158 Great Road 199 Boston Road 

Bedford, MA 01 730 Billerica, MA 01 862 

617-2757 088i\* m ^pbJ7-667- lM 

Louis Pisapia 



Congratulations 

A.W. Clifford, Realtors 

Bedford's Oldest Real Estate Firm 
Established 1940 
Tel. 275-7111 



DUNHAM'S BOOK STORE 

Good Used Books and Paperbacks 
Bought and Sold 
Over 15,000 Books Priced 
: and Classified 

W 60 Great Rd; Bedford 
275-9140 



PRINTING CRAFTSMEN, 
INC. 




1 1 9 The Great Road 
Bedford MA 01730 
(617) 275-2679 




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Compliments of 
Bedford Research Park Association 
Crosby Drive 



Congratulations 
from 

Paul J. Goldstein, D.D.S. 





MIX FLOWERS 



375 Concord Road 
Bedford, MA 

275-6255 

*Prom Specialist* 
Congratulations 
to the class of '81 
from 
CHERYL MIX 








LEON HAIR STYLIST 

Hair Work*- 

A Unisex Salon 

Hair Styles 
275-1960 for 2759743 

Guys and Gals 

The Great Road Shopping Plaza 
Bedford, Massachusetts 



Eric B. Birmingham, D.D.S. 

Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to the class of 1981 
from 

Dr. and Mrs. Eric Birmingham 



University Bank & Trust Co. 

337 The Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01 730 



Elsa Benson 
Assistant Treasurer 



617-899-7500 





CANINE CASTLE 

ALL BREED GROOMING 
DOGS AND CATS 



BUS: 275-0933 
Res. 994-6264 



363 D Great Road 
Bedford, Mass. 



Delicious Pizzas 
Hot Oven Grinders 
and M 
Home Styles Spaghetti 




ill Your Order Before 
You Leave Home — 
They Will Be Ready 
On Arrival" 
1 1 I \NK YOU! 

STEVE'S HOUSE OF PIZZ/ 
30 Shawsheen Ave. 275-2419 Bedford, MA 




MANAGEMENT & 

MARKETING 
CONSULTANTS 




To Book Publishers 





Virginia Wiley 
Mercedes Kane 





Congratulations to 
the class of 1981 




REALTORS. 



138 Hie Great Road, Bedford 



275-7777 



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( x)i igniti ihitioi is 

from all of us 
and sjncerest 
wishes for future success. 

MITRE 

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BROWN 



& 



BROWN 



Phones 275-91 10 

Rick's Auto 



275-911 1 



$55 Great Road 
(Great Road Shopping Center) 
Bedford, Mass 01730 
Domestic *Foreign*Commercial*Speed Eqt. 

Rick Deleo 




Renzo Salon 

428 North Road 
Bedford, MA 01 730 

275-8566 275-2822 

— SPECIALIZING — 
Coloring, Perms, 
H«iir Cutting 
also Facials, Make-up 
Waxing 



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Lindskog Balance Corporation 



Precision Electronic Balancing 
Industrial — Automotive 
Aerospace 
Mon.-Sat. 9-5 
Tues. Evening to 8 pm. 
(617) 275-8745 
6 Alfred Circle Bedford, Ma. 



Compliments of 
Bedford Charter Service, Inc. 

Bedford Ma. 01 730^ 

William J. Marlines 
275-9524 



Congratulations to 
the class of 81 

BEDFORD TRAVELODGE 
Motels and Motor Hotels 



Compliments of 
BEDFORD FUNERAL HOME, INC. 



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1 67 The Great Road 
Bedford Ma. 01730 

C. William Clark, Jr. 
director 




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Congratulations to 
the class of 1981 




Brooksbie Construction Co., Inc 




Brooksbie Road 
Bedford Ma. 01 730. 



Paul H. Verville 
president 




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Meridian 
□ Travel live. 



"Bringing the world 
to you 
means the world 
to us." 




363-E The Great Road, Bedford, MA 01730 
Telephone (61 7)-275-7600 

FULL SERVICE TRAVEL AGENCY 
EQUIPPED WITH AUTOMATED RESERVATION 
SYSTEM 

Specializing in: Pleasure & Corporate — 
Domestic & International Travel — Incentive 
Travel & Conventions — Tours & Charters 
School & Club groups — Honeymoon — 
Air — Bus — Cruise — Rail, Auto & Hotel 
Reservations 



EXPERIENCED TRAVEL CONSULTANTS 
TO SERVE YOU! 



Cedric J. Smith Tel 275-1967 

BEDFORD WALLPAPER & PAINT CO. 

51 The Great Rd. 
Bedford, MA. 01730 




ANDIE'S EXXON 



275-9873 



Complete Automotive Service 

341 Great Road 

Andie Catalano Bedford, MA 01 730 



SLUMBERWORLD 
HOME FURNITURE AND 
CARPET CENTER 

Great Road Shopping Center 

Bedford, MA. 275-8869 
Bedding *|^^^^_ Carpet 

Famous Brand Name Furniture 



ARTS & FLOWERS 

Fresh Flowers — Distinctive Design 
Weddings, Funerals, & ALL Occasions 

We Deliver SSfc^^^^- Bi " & Jean 

275-7125 Mietzer 
142 The Great Road ^ 
BEDFORD 
Teleflora — AFS — FTD 



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BEDFORD SUNOCO & TIRE CENTER 



180 The Great Road 
Bedford Ma. 01 730 



Cal Brammer 



tel. 275-9759 

Firestone 
Tires 



Compliments of 

LANGLEY HANDLING EQUIPMENT 

2 Sycamore Avenue 
W Medford, Ma. 02155 
tel. (617) 395-8010 



Congratulations to the class of 81 
from 

RICHARD A. DAVIDSON, B.S. R.P.H. 
DAVIDSON'S PHARMACY, INC. 




CENTER HAIR STYLIST 

sculpture kur. Roffler products 
Open Daily 
and Thursday Evenings 

168 E. The Great Rd. Bedford 
Bedford Shopping Center 




CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1981 ! 




#dckj 




328 GREAT ROAD, BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 




BEDFORD PERMANENT FIREFIGHTERS 

ASSOCIATION 




Best Wishes To The 
CLASS OF 1981 

Dr. & Mrs. E. Eagles 



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HAIR STYLIST 
TRUE UNISEX SALON 

326 The Great Rd. 
(Rt. 9 and 225) Bedford 
275-7366 



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MINUTEMAN 
VOLKSWACON AND OLDSMOBILE 
SALES 
SERVICE 
PARTS 

39 NORTH RD. BEDFORD, MASS. 
AT JUNCTION OF RT. 45-225 
275-8000 




PATRONS 
Weather Services 
Ye Olde Country Store 
Bedford Engineering 



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SHEAR ART 

Unisex Hair Styling 
314 Boston Rd. 
Billerica, Mass. 




Donna McKay 



'> 1 4 Boston Rd. 



Best Wishes 
from 

ROBERT INTERNATIONAL, IN 

sterling silver & 14k gold jewelry 
repairs, custom work, 
appraisals on premise 

3 Meriam St. Lexington, |Ma. 
(617) 862-6936 1 




Congratulations 
the class of 1981 
from 



ATEX 



1 5 Wiggins Ave 




COMPLIMENTS O 
AMERICAN HOSPITAL SUPPLY CQRPQ&AT|( ) 
American Hospital Supplv DfffsTon 
American Scientific Products Division 
Amertejsfi Dietary Products Division 

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20-26 Wiggins Ave 
Bedford, Ma. 0173( 




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CONGRATULATIONS 
to the class of 1981 
from 



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THE ITEK 
CORPORATION 





CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE CLASS OF 1981 
from 



TRAVIS ASSOCIATES 



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Digital Equipment 
Corporation 



Educational Services Department 
congratulates the Graduating Class of 1981 

Best Wishes for the Future! 



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PALMERI'S FLOWERS 




We are the Professionals 
Serving Hanscom Field — Bedford - 
Lexington 



Concord 



F.T.D. — Florafax — Teleflora 
Specializing in Weddings — Corsages 
Arrangements — Potted Plants — Funerals 

315 GREAT ROAD SHOPPING CENTER 
BEDFORD 275-7905 



327 The Great Road 
Bedford, MA 

r01730 



Congratulations, Graduates! 

tlfg — » 

mi room 



Picture Framing — Art Supplies 
Bedford Shopping Center 
275-2768 



305 The Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 



Law Offices 



Bridge, Byson, & Kilmartin 
Professional Corporation 

113 The Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 
275-0760 




Congratulations 
from 

John W. Bergin, M.D. 
and 

C. Rogers Lord, M.D. 




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Class of 1981 
Wishing you a bright 
and happy future 




~Brand Names for Less/ 

BEDFORD • BEVERLY • CANTON • CHELMSFORD* FRAMINGHAM • FRANKLIN* HINGHAM 
LEOMINSTER • MEDFORD • MARLBORO • MARSHFIELD* NEWTON* PEABODY* READING 

SOUTH WEYMOUTH • SWAMPSCOTT • TEWKSBURY • BEDFORD. NASHUA. 
PORTSMOUTH and SALEM, N.H. 

• open Monday thru Saturday 9:30 a m to 9:30 p m 

Our Salem and Nashua Nh stores open Sun Uo6pm Bedlord ana Portsmouth N H open Sun i2to 5 p m 






Congratulations, 
Class of '81! 

Stonehenge 

Jack and Marilyn Kean 



Congratulations to the Class of '81 

Bedford Photo Studio 

30 Shawsheen Ave. 
Bedford 



Compliments of 




Dr. & Mrs. Michael Koury 



Telephone — 275-6944 



Gladys Harrison, O.D. 
Dorothy K. Dolan, O.D 



Office Hours 
By Appointment 




Tel. 275-0736 



Congratulations! 

Bedford Optical Co. 



Milton S. Moffett 
Registered Optician 



56 Loomis St. 

Bedford, MA 



BLAKE NEWS STORE 

Congratulations, Mike! 



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Telephone 275-0912 

COMPLIMENTS OF 



DR. BERNARD K. 
MULCAHY 



Ebo 45L< 



Chiropractor 
45 Loomis Street Bedford, MA 01730 



The Great Road to Insurance 



Auto, Home, 
Business, Life Insurance 
Pensions, IRS, 
Keogh Plans 

MATTHEW J. 
TOMASSIAN 
INSURANCE AGENCY 



CONGRATULATIONS to the class of 1981 

THOMAS E. NOBLE, M.D. 

143 The Great Road 
Bedford, Massachusetts 



ROBERT T. DUNN 

Attorney at Law 



(617) 275-6146 
Res. 275-7961 



60 The Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 




DOM'S 
SERVICE STATION 

Prop. Dom Palmeri 
Grease — Oil — Tune-ups 
Tires — Accessories 





314 The Great Road 



Dial 275-9756 



272-4610 



Dobbins Auto Repair 



Monday thru Friday 
7 a.m. -6 p.m. 
177 Bedford St. 
Bullington, MA 
01803 



1 77 Bedford St. 
Bulington, MA 01803 




18" 



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Bedford Jewelers 

Great Road Shopping Center 
Bedford, MA 01730 
Tel. 275-7506 




SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO 



325 The Great Road 
275-9066 



Congratulations, class of 1981! 

BOWEN'S 

Toyland & Hobby Center 
Bedford Shopping Center 
Bedford, MA 



275-7210 



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SALON DE TANTE COIFFURES 

Bedford Shopping Center 
The Great Road, Bedford, MA 
275-7020 



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Best Wishes 
S.J. INGALLS STATIONER, INC. 

School & Office Supplies 

1781 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, 
MA 02173 



"Let's Go Bowling!" 
Bowling is Fun for the Entire Family 

BEDFORD BOWLADROME 

1 99 The Great Road 
Bedford, MA 
— Hours — 
9:00 a.m. to 1 1 :00 p.m. Mon.-Sat. 
1 1 :00 a.m. to 1 1 :00 p.m. Sun. & Hols. 
Proprietors 
Louis A. Guadagnino 
Peter L. Guadagnino 



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BEDFORD FRUIT STORE 

Fruit — Confectionery — Tonics — Ice Cream 
Cigars and Tobacco 
The Great Road, Bedford, MA 01730 
275-0025 



BUILDERS Specialty and Hardware Corp. 

26 WESTON AVE. SOMERVILLE 

606-3000 
RAILROAD AVENUE, BEDFORD 

275-7655 



SKATING & WRESTLING EQUIPMENT 
POWER MOWERS SNOW BLOWERS 

H.A. Zwicker INc. 



Bedford 
Service Backs Every Sale 



DIAL 

275-0900 



RTS. 4/225 
379 NORTH RD. 



4$$ 

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nesjAuaANy 



LORD BEDFORD MOTOR 
INN 

390 THE GREAT ROAD, BEDFORD, MA 01730 
275-6700 
275-7007 



BEST WISHES 

EAST INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

101 The Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 



Bradley P. Howes 



Robert V. Johnson 



QEU 
INCORPORATED 

Computer and Information Systems 
C.R. Burgess (BUS.) 617/275-6800 

President (RES.) 61 7/459-9002 




Compliments of 
Genetti's Package Store 

275-6579 



Congratulations! 
John E. Japp, M.D. 



50 Loomis Street — Phone 275-7513 
Bedford, MA 01730 



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Congratulations to 
the class of '81 



Bedford Pharmacy 

Bedford Shopping Center 
166 The Great Road Bedford, MA 
Phone 275-6931 



Wilson — Amfhead — New Balance — Spaulding 
(617) 275-6009 

Bedford Sports Shop, Inc. 

Sporting Goods of All Kinds 

1 64F The Great Road 
Bedford, MA 01730 
MacGregor — Converse — Prince — Spofbuilt 




James F. Sullivan, Jr. 

Plumbing and Heating Contractor 
Bedford, MA 01730 
Phone: 275-8100 



Frigidaire — G.E. — R.C.A. — Whirlpool — Maytag 
JennAir — Zenith — Kitchen Aid — Amana — Caloric 

Walcott Sales & Service, Inc. 

313 The Great Road 
Bedford, MA. 01730 



Parts — Service 
275-7570 



New & Used 

275-9802 



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Antidraft registration 
Coldest winter Since 1875 demonstrations planned 

Kennedy runs— Kennedy ioses 

|5 U.S. Hockey Takes The Gold 

■ 

s ^ Italian Earthquake Kills Thousands 

n * Kim? t t Interpreting 
n a iving i I Proposition 2V 2 

h D eyes gas § vs. £ 

t i sllUtoffs N ^ ST. HELENS: 

s s MOUNTAIN WITH A DEATH WISH 

J 

R congress ok's draft registration 

„ , ^ ^t-v i i eans commercials: 

Bay State GOP ready too - hot - to - handle 

to party at inaugural 

3 arrested on charges 
of smuggling swordfish 

H JOHN LENNON 

His purest message: Love 

Companies turn to oil, 



long johns, 
light bulbs 



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Summer Olymtfcs Blotted M(JM f ^ ^ M 

Gold Rush at Lake Placid 
Reagan ready, Burleson & Hobson traded 

and so is the capital Enc & Beth Heden 

"As Good As Cold" 

Afghanistan Crushed by Soviet Army 
clean up of 3 - mile island Toronto hotel 

Phillies Win blaze kiUs g 

World Series 

January 20, 1981, American Hostages 
are on their way home after 444 days of 

captivity 

NEW WAVE 

Make it in Massachusetts" 

Voyager Passes Saturn qq VQ s 
space shuttle ready Retires 

GASOmL POWER 



Stevens Resigns 

Bruins to move to N.H.? 

Colonel Sanders Dies 

Carter bids farewell 



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D.G., G.S., S.G., CANADA HERE WE COME! — 1 980 Soccer Bucs, Hector Lives — B period Humanities, I'm so CONFUSED 
but aren't we all! — Soccer Cheerleaders, Remember Carol's Halloween Party? Bless you, my children you're great and I love 
you all — Bill. CO. always remember that it's really easy to walk. All you have to do is close your eyes and pretend you're 
asleep . . . except move your feet! Love M.L. To K.B. — Don't forget all the good times, especially prom night, New Year's Eve 
etc. and the times to come — prom night, graduation, all summer, and weekends at Salv Regina. You're a great friend and a 
terrific daughter even though I let you get away with murder! — Love Ma/To S.A. — thanx for all your help. Good luck next year 

— Gail To M.S., M.D., C.F., B.B., E.R.,P.B., thanx for all the GREAT times this year — Gail Beware of the Boogeyman — Nancy, 
Judy, John! L.R. You turn me on! A.S. Kathy — Thanks for bein' a friend! Adam — Youth Group Lives Forever! Kathy, Linda B., 
Ilona, Crs, Katie. To J.B., R.D., and N.W. I will never run out of drugstores AGAIN! Gruntt J. P., T.C., L.W., A.A., T.C., D.C., 
We've had good times and bad skip school! And all I wanted was a rubber, Shumone Gup and we're going to get the beat 
pooped out of us at the corner Hey Jon, remember "Renegade Nuns on wheels!" and Bi-Radar, and my handsome son? Sandy 
D./Amy — Here's 25 £ have a field day, You're mother. Mister George, What's for breakfast Renee? Alison — You're WHAT? 
Burn THE SETS! — Beast/Soccer/hockey Cheerleaders — Cheerleading camp, those jiving basketball players, Dotty Derek, 
"God let us do good"! states AGAIN!! IH Kram, S'woh ti gniog Eilus Deb-Volume, Many cars in Driveway?, Private Way!, He's 
so cute!, The Barn, I think I'm Gonna be sick — Lisa/Girls, do J's in A-wing, Murder Voight, Mesculine is the mind-opener. 
We're out now, get daffy, Basketball jocks only A-period. Becky! Sargent up well Tricia! Drop the buff Laurie! Love 
Droid.Sharon-Umpa Umpa, Tape on her hose — Lisa Hey B.Y.T.! — Remember Dante, Ludwig, "PEOPLE!"; Drama Club — 
Remember "Laugh in", "Tyl" "Christmas Carol." "Midsummer" "OZ" Mr. George: Your Mother!; R.R. Remember Grru. Rep. 
of LTN?, The Yard sale? Your 1980 suprise party and the sign? Cassettes to Aim Hi — "Something snapped . . . and I hit the 
. . . "; R.R. You were GREAT in Oz; "Book it fair maiden!"; R.M.'s Humanities lint complex; Thanks for all the good times! — 
PJTE/YOU better start getting different impressions of me or things are going to be difficult./Billy and Heidi one year March 22, 
1 981/Oh crap the cops/S.M. — Remember — Guys in white suits, staying out til 3:00; Burlington Mall — if we ever go — A 
friend who is always there thanx J.M./R.K. — A.M. — L.S. — Remember as the Pool Turns; the GU.b's Health bar beats — I 
won't forget! J. M. /Remember Toto and the haystck in the Wizard of Oz — Mrs. R/To Neil, Heather, Sue, and Marcy: Bendies all 
around. We should have taken 1 28 to Judy, and Kathy: Remember Barry — He can't smile without us! It was fun — Erica. /Ricky 
threw PD in, Puddy wore nothing but a grin. Bob & Jimbo could've had her but they couldn't get it up. Henry and Carlos/Pat — 
Remember this summer, C.J., Cape Cod, skinny dipping in Long Lake, Bo Derek hair styles, I'll never forget those memories, 
Love ya — Chris/A. O'Co., Physics is phun! Aren't you glad we could get confused together, thanx for the memories much Love 
B.C./Doug — How are the buns? We ought to give your parents a breeding award — those girls love those things. / J.Z. — Don't 
touch my hooter! / 1 AM NOT GOING TO LEAVE!!! signed GRUNT / Marty you are a bloody spaz!! / Where's the Portugooe/ 
Let's have a party Deb!! I love you guys DR, LS, CC, RP, GC, SS, MD, and anyone else I forgot. I'll miss ya . . . Love CE / Mark 

— Congratulations and best wishes, keep up the good work in your college career and remember you have to do some 
studying. Your Swedith Aunt/Gingerberry-Nantucket-guy watching (it's all your fault!) — bluefish (yucko!)-hafs-hide much 
beer? — Desertion: Dave's Party (6! rescued) — Dance 1 1/22 — Linda, Dudley — Diane, E.pd. — Fluney =0 — Raisin head 
and Zeke did it! — Luv Snowbunny. Jellybean! X street / SO,BS,JG — Remember Boston, the beach? What a great time! CN/JG 

— Remember sleeping on the side of my house? How about the roof and fire alarm? The things we did just to see each other, 
and all of it was worth it. I will always remember you with Love / NH — "Ready? I'll play" — Pause — "Toast-y ..." Pause 
Answer: "Crispy!" — CN / SO — Thanks for being there when I really needed you. No-one could ask for a better friend than 
you. We've had many good times that I'll never forget. Love CN / SO — "Should I or shouldn't I?" That is the question that only 
you can answer. But no matter what your answer is, you will still be my best friend, because I have the same question./Peabody, 
Sra — Remember the Notebooks! — Gretch / Medie-Grac, Feb, Em, Chip, Polk-a-dot, Gradman, Kath, A-M, Steph, Froggie it's 
been a terrific year, but wait till next year!/ d'Artagnon and Porthos. All for one and one for all. What did that big ugly man do? 



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Go for it! Let it slide! Athos / Ken — You'll always be good in Bev. Chris. Remember tiny tim + remember our song, pass the 
Pina Colada / Gerry — your the biggest snake ever./ Deedee 3:33 — Chuckle's car — Purity at 2:00-many water fights — Cars 
— Soccer — Macs — Driver's license! Mike? Robbie? — Joey — tents — Library — daiquiris — Good times buddy — I love ya! 
Bounce. Bob — thank you for being a friend. Always, forever, Greg / S.W., M.B., L.S., L.M., — The times at raydens hawk are 
gone, but we'll never forget: the laughs, the cries, the cold, the beers, the sunset, the secrets, the songs, and so much more, love 
you always T.K. Sleepy, Get Drunk, Turkey, Party til you puke, Porkly, Super, Hell's for Debbie, Who, Where are our Saviors? 
Doug's room turned Upside Down, Mobiles, Michelob, Moosehead, Schmirnoff forever! Lynda — How can we ever forget 
each other? With all the things we've done? Tracy, meow meow meow BLOOD! Greta-Rae, shortsheeting ten beds, partyland 
at Mac's, looking for Prom dresses and dates (will Tracy go? Lets give him Geritol everyday) D.G. G.G. S.C. M.C. S.L. S.J. R.E. 
Can we ever get over them? They all * @0%! Many sleepovers (kinky pictures — I don't believe it!) I'm not going to give her the 
benefit of the doubt. Spring Tac, getting tan, you getting sauce all over your prom dress. Concord Bridge — many dogs! Do you 
know how to get there? What a corrupting force I am. What Austin Prep thinks of us! Quincy "I knew this night was gonna be 
fun! Lets do it sometime." "Bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow there'll be sun" The world may be gone but we'll always be 
love Space PS: You guys are all great. I'll miss ya!!! I'll always remember your help through the hardtimes, but better than that 
I'll remember the smiles. Thanx everybody! Love Cynthia/Richard — Greetings from Nummy City. Wondering how I came 
here? One night there was a tornado in Kansas. So I got Toto up and after following the Yellow Brick Road and stopping at the 
poppy field, we finally arrived in Oz. Wish you were here Love Margaret P.S. If you're ever in Nummy City, meet me on Easy St. 
and don't go near the North End. / John, "Road Trip", Grandpa . . . Steve, We Bad! / J.S. + E.F. Remember all the great times 
we had like Leslie College, New Year's, going to the P.B., singing with the band, do you think we had too many too late? Guys 
shaving in the girls room, the Chink mikes house! Thanks Lisa/Happy Birthday Jeff! It's been super knowing you: Linda, Michi, 
Joanne, John, Sharon, Martha, Marcy, Frank, Debbie T, Robin, Erin, Mary, Denita Good Luck to all of you! Thanks for many fun 
times Debbie B./ Continue on the second soprano part Heather and Nancy. Double Sextette sings beautifully and thanks for all 
your friendship. Carolyn and Kelly beware of orange vans. Tee Hee to all the girls that worked at Llewsac and God Bless You. E 
period math class you're great! Love always Becky A. / Your parents are brothers; your mothers a bear. Joe's the best Lisa Kerri! 
Sue, Mary, — BEST FRIENDS! Remember N.H., P. S.C, Billerica, boys, beers, hangovers, love, hate, the beach, Turkos, but most 
of all remember Love Tanya. I'm out with PNEUMONOULTRA MICROSCOPICVOLCANOCONIOSIS. Accident, Miss Ameri- 
ca's, Siren, I was just screwing around," "Can I still sleep over?" "I have to split." cruisin in a wheelchair. / Jim my forever 
Buddy for life. We've gotten so close and had so many good times but we still have to have moreand I don't know how we can 
get any closer. If you don't keep in touch, I'll kill you. Thanks for keeping me laughing. Love Irene / M.S. So many good times to 
remember. Trips to Mac's, Deep talks. Me crying in J.M., AJ Shopping, Cruising. Love Cuz Doug J — Remember Ping Pong and 
studying? Brand Names for Less. Charlie Daniels Gang — remember Cherry Brandy for Breakfast? Cynthia — remember Little 
"Bill" on watermelon man? / To All CSA Employees — Dot, Donna, Joan, Marie, SCABS! 6801./ Michelle — remember fun 
times in biology, Freebird, Stairway to Heaven, falling in love and etc. Thanx for everything! All my love, Kerrie Sharon — 
Hel-lo there. Remember A.J. — hot and bothered. Marty — double date. Singing I. C.Y.N. B'ing. Stay Close. Let's have more 
good times. Love Eileen./ TO ER — Remember the time last March where our two favorite people stayed 'till 5:30 AM. I learned 
a lot! 1 980 graduation party — Thanks for holding me up — WHEW! Don't forget the dance where J. P. and — were, and going 
out for a drink. I thought I'd have to carry him back! Thanks for listening to my problems and trying to help — you know I 
needed it. To SR — Whem I'm with you and ER, we do fun things — you know what I mean? Don't ever forget Dudly with your 
brother. To UF — Thanks for that Halloween party! It was a riot . . . Shaving cream, H.P.'s overstuffed truck and SR's mom 
driving up in her car! Don't forget the summer fun at Purity's — an allnighter and remember the truck with the Klu Klux Klan To 
AC — Hey, we've got to get you out and do something totally wild! Hey guys — you've all been the best friends I could ever ask 
for — Thanks, N.D./Kristen-neighbor. That night in the trailer. Talking every afternoon. Looks like fun. All our songs. 



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A.N.O.G.M.M.D.S.J.S. never lose touch. Love Oak. Richard, Neal, Peter — Thanks for scaring me to death at B.F. I guess I 
learned my lesson. I'm glad you get a kick out of it./Super P. — Geils! Forget school. Schmirnoff's, memorable mobile & Zepplin 
_ #13! — Turkey. Porkly — It's Barb! 100 yd. dash with ashtray. P.S. I'll learn the words. — Turkey. Super P., Porkly & 
Sleepy-Uppy-Down Forever! Turkey/S.G. many times we've partied, the fire behind American Opt. with Chris P., the beach 
down by the Cape, GOOD TIMES! The Commando's live on! M.M., A.O., MDS, the ultimate double date — Goofy Grape, 
good pizza, and some spilt spilt coke, Party Hardy at joe's Cafe — P.D.S.G.M.M. too bad I took ya for the beer and champagne 
even though the odds were in your favor. N.W. — summertime afternoon champagne and soccer — golf, were we hurtin' or 
what! MDS — have had a good many of the best times with ya, wish ya luck! S.G. — lawn jobs, the riding shotgun manover, 
can't say we didn't try everything, remember in the back of Smith's class during the test. — R.D. / To: Various Bruces From: No 
one in particular Message: Thank you for making these last few years fun. I have a long way to go, but now I know I can make it. 
Remember rep. meetings, convocation (especially Rodger), RHPS, and the Desk of S.D.M. You'll never see this, of course, but 
hello to all, especially certain Fall '80 Farnar award winners. Good Luck in achieving your dreams, and see y'all next summer 
(and, hopefully, next year!) at Tech. It's been artificial! — James' sister/Gail, thank you for all those rides home and for trying so 
hard with the book. Good Luck in college. — D/ Denny, Remember all the fun times we've had since 10th grade. It all started in 
typing. "Some day he'll come along, the man I LOVE!" torn between two Lovers! What Problems! Don't forget the guys in the 
red and white shorts! There are so many good times to look back on. Thanks for the memories. — Joey/Nancy & Deb, Entering 
Bedford sign, lets leave the keys in the ignition, the lights on, and all get out and decorate the sign! How stupid! My God, there 
is a car behind ours! Get in the car! We're lucky we got in the car before the 6 guys got us! At least the car didn't get dented. 
Don't forget all the other crazy things that happened during the season, the've all been great! loanne/Karin — don't study too 
hard! Have you ever considered learning Latin, for relaxation? I'm sure you'll go where you want to, in several languages, 
human and computer. Valerie — you don't need to be told to enjoy yourself. Try practicing; it really helps. — Sophie #2/ Deb, 
Don't forget all the good times we've had! Fish, New Years Eve, Purity, affairs, decisions, Ft. Ball & B-Ball games, Musical-back 
stage, Christmas Concert, Going out to dinner, cape Cod, that beautiful beach house and floating on the boat! there is a lot 
more. Thanks for all the good times and Memories! Jo/ Chris, remember the ski trips and Mr. D, 3.F./ 
Sue — Miss Filenes, remember them high beams!/ Maryann — which door do I get in?/ Kel — Once you're insane it doesn't hurt 
anymore — The Lite Bite — Good Luck — LThanks for everything, love Kath/ Kel, Lou, Em, Lou, Grace, — Lifesaving, Do Day, 
Mary and Lorraine. What a not — Kathy Michelle, Remember the games, dirt hills, hit and runs, the tent, Pretzels, and you 
better tell two friends. Well? Upsh! and see saws, let's not forget bare feet and flowered underware — AM/ / Shot — Dave's 
party — mommies for G. — Homemade bowls — Cars — razzling material (4!) — Quick! Who has the right of way? — Throw it 
out the window! — Spill much Re unite, Bud, etc. lately? Ricky's baby! Yes — I told Augie your name! — G.G. + R.G. Surprise 
(Parents)! Jackie — french FRIES, ah, mi-ne — Dudley Desertion — slip sliding almost away — who called? — The Cahs! — 
frisbee! — P.W.'s/ Q.Q. — Quincey Market — followed! — perfume -(-mouthwash — Tracey/ Jelly; Before, Animosity; now 
friendship. We've come a long way. To the future. Pass the cold Duck! T.M./ To Steven & Kathryn with love, Terrie/ Eileen — 
what does that look like? It's not the Tare is it? Mr. K., such a nice guy! Sue/ Jane — What a drag it is getting old! We don't need 
any of them! Quick shut off the music, I can't take it! Sue/ Neile, who's always there, and who should know itt that I'll always be 
here; forever and always. Love you. Tinkerbell/ P.G. — Forgive and Forget. Friendship is too precious. T.M./ To Ken, remember- 
ing shows, remembering fights, remembering you with Love. Tinkerbell/ Cindy — Luck o' the Irish to ye! Many good times. 
SEABROOK, Leather pants, munchies at the mall. Cold teeth, Sandy? Stoned or Stupid? Marcia, thatt shopping cart . . . It's 
ALIVE!! Hef's, Mr. Tang, your dog is attacking me, TLNA — Bitcheen, Pewter Pot, summer of '80; Drive-Ins, Kidney Attacks, last 
day of school Jr. High year, Corvettes rule, Oh Baby! Look at that one! Thanks for all the great times — Love Pat. Jefro — Who 
almost crashed? Bronco — 4 wheelen!! Back parking lot — Bronco, El Camino, Monte Carlo, Nova, Ford, Skylark, Cougar, 
Camaro, DEMON!' Cordoba — Gizzard — INSANE!! TEENAGE WASTELAND FOREVER!! I'm a FREEBIRD now . . . / L.P. &EF 



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— Thanx for all the great times! Don't forget . . . Christmas party, FREDINS, hiden behind rocks, 3am turkey sandwiches, 
Vermont with Thorp and Bumhead, cruising — 3 floating angels, another one bites the dust! Chelmsford, CONFESS . . . J.S./ 
A.S. — What did you have for dinner that night at the 99? Where is your fork? Is it good for you? — M.A./Animal — Miss Honey! 
COOKIE COOKIE, thumbs up! and cheering each other on! I wouldn't trade playing b-ball for anything, the long phone 
conversations, you were a good listener and confidante, have some good opinions too, Youth Ministry, I'm glad I missed Mass, 
the hayrides and the good good company we had, a slight junior fight — SENIOR fight! E-period, F-period, lunch and the 
anxieties I had about certain people especially a specific person, snow ball fights, the X-Mass party and so so many other 
memories, The memories are few to forget and many more to remember. I am glad I still have more with you, — Steph./ Carol, 
Memories! B.A., D.C., D.B., G.A., and now K. Lowell, Saturday nights, Soccer, Hersheys Kisses, the Blazer, and all of our talks 
. . . they all — , alright now? O.K.? I'll learn how to get home from Boston someday! Good Luck at N.U. Friends Forever right? 
Love, Linda./ C.W. Do NCA enter? Seniors next year! N.K. Would you? How big are the shaolders? J./ D.J. Boston — Jockey 
shoulders? You're a riot/ /S.G. Good Luck. Keep in touch!/ Kathy — I'll never cook with you ag in, Hi Tiff Diana-Darling, Hey 
Ginger Bob.carolyn Killam is short — Sondo face — Mrs. Latham, Cookie monster. Cast and Crew of Oz — You Mama, 
Kiesh7Chris wedding bells . . . Peter Gal. Love me, Der I'm Brad. Stephen — look out for the trashcans . . . ! Danununuh . . . 
Ughhh. Hi Miss Jones/Bud Bonehead, we've taken many gear midnight strolls when you barf and I tell mom you're dead — we 
don't get so excited! You and Beaver be good! Love Betty./ 1 just want to slip this in unknown to all. This is directed to someone 
and another someone will know who this is — YOU HAVE SOME NERVE! BE CAREFUL, YOU MAY LOOSE SOME FRIENDS!!/ 
Hey Free — had some good times I can't break it — It's not my fault, don't dream it — be it — Not/ Deb — Let's have hair! B.P. 
Oh my God, Look at your eyes, to Karen (Karrie Sue (cute) Froggie) Rogers — have fun at your at your new pad — I'll miss you! 
CO./ J.E. — Hey Carolyn guess who?/ N.H.GRISPY YHAAH/ Deb and B.P. — You guys know how to get there . . . Excuse me, 
How do you know how to get to the Topsfield fair?/ Hey Miss Dedrick — You are a 10! J, C, & K, remember going down the 
Rurts and J. shined the highbeams? D./ J, C, & B, — Thanks for making this year bearable for me, I could have never made it 
without you guys. D.I Bye Joe Love Chuck/Lee — Is Bruce worth that? NO! Sue/ Soccer Team — 120 flies in Bedford, Pillow 
fight, hole in wall, want some relish? Hot Rocks Sheriff Ricochet — Constable C. Sue — pretzels, pot match, Sal, Sahara Winds 
. . . Eileen/Kimmy — smells! grandmothers! Chemistry — Emmy. / J.V. Girls Basketball — Share a cookie with a friend! Great 
Year! Jack — I love you — Em/ Karrie, Sue, Froggie, Rogers — Thanks for teaching me the right way to eat a banana! Frogs while 
canoeing — miss ya! love Em. /Robin — Diving with all your clothes on! Baracuda! hockey players Bruins — Birthdays quick 
yes — no questions Love Em./ J.N. parties on snowdays! telephone conversations Em./lt was a CROW! Not a robinorasparrow- 
but a CROW! D.S. — Remember the G Festival. Peter, Karen Miss Peabody with her TR-7? Saving me from sane? Thanks! Love 
Stephen/ Mark, Paul, Barry: Let's play POKER!/ summa: Abandon ship! Paul (Doc): Streak is on, Kathy: Do you have a dime? — 
D.S. st — lly Al & Fr — S.B./ ACM; "FREAKY" JDK/ Diana — thanks for all your help with the book even though it stinks! Good 
Luck at MIT — Gail./Kath — WE'VE been through it all — Love Stinks. (BF) Lee/ Patty and Carol — McCann's, pwacks, Mr 
Riordan, devil, hold it, ... ! pink part, indifferent, was that a bird? Eileen/Andi — Where are my keys? Becky — you owe me a 
dinner. — LS/Anne — Remember gym junior year, long discussions — what to do, sightseeing at U-Lowell. All the good times 
the past 5 years. Love Eileen./LE — knocked up?/ Joey, I love you!/ Lynn Rhonda — sa la da! — Chris/Hey Steve — Saturday 
night — I'm available, anytime. Guess Who?/ Burt: Hey CC, Don Bosco & the fort! Bubble lips. Wango ze Tango! Party Trollup! 
My ever scarred knees! Ernie/Scattered pictures of the smiles we left behind, has time rewritten every line, had a chance to do it 
all again, be beautiful and yet, choose to forget the laughter we will remember whenever we remember, every day a new 
beginning, time won't change the meaning, ageless and evergreen, love and live forever, with for years, I believe there is a best 
of both worlds, I'm like a child whose set free, write the words again and again, the last one to know, there must be a reason that 
I can't see, We are gonna make it, I want to learn what life is for — Steph./ Jim — My friend forever! Buddy for life. We've gotten 
so close and had so many good times but we still have to have more and I don't know how er can get any closer — Irene/ 



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Space, Don't forget the good times! Do you think she is a scuz? wching her with biboculars Purr-hic, your Dad's houseboat, my 
Dad's house (spill your guts much), "Scuze me, would you like to be kissed?" Roger & Ginnie Ray, gniklat sdrawkcab, what will 
she wear to the prom? Trying on disco dresses, split S.M.'s costume seams, your van, my truck, our mother's, brothers, sister, 
soccer, your hair looks blonde! The sun'll come out tomorrow! Me, You and M. at the bridge (ruf ruf) — "I hope nobody sees 
us!" Pulling smokes, "That shirt is really unique!" You're also — the friend who comes in when the world goes out. Good luck, 
Keep in touch, and Keep Barking! Love, Linda./Lileen — Beach, P.G., D.P., J.S., H.G., O.G.V., Barnacles, Survey, "Beer in 
hand" . . . punch the lamp! quick snakes! luscious fries, take a nap, t.v., mailboxes, keg, Lexington, Eagles, Slow ride, "Lie 
down ',4-some in Drive-Ins, m, 54321 . . . Cherry Pie, 3rd Gear, Squirt her down! I'm so hot ... ! Anne. /Julie — Remember 
staying out til 3:00? Whatever happened to those guys in the white suits? Are you sleeping? Do ya ever think we'll make it to the 
mall? Thanks for being there, Love ya — Steph./D.S., A.L., C.S., T.M., — We have to stop getting in trouble! Remember all those 
Saturday nights (tracks) — fun times — ./ G.S. — many good times: Blues Bros, hence, me you and K.B., see many basketball 
games? PC's at Elmbrook, up at New Hampshire with P., drink a little?! New Years Eve — good wine, who drank the rest? Hey 
lata! Remember at P.B.'s house — small riot, feel good the next day? Buddies! S.M., C.F., E.R., P.B.B.D. keep in touch. — M.S. 
Karen, Becky, Donna, — Lets kill everyone in our gym class! S.N. Remember that night on Carlisle Rd. You've helped me a lot 
and I appreciate it. Drive-In, Jr. Prom, Dances. E.O'C. Frank — Even though things got rough, you're a real sweet gut and I'll 
always remember you. Remember "Stairway to Heaven" and the good times. Love, Kerrie. Foo-Foo Bunny — don't forget to 
dental floss every day. Love "B" Lisa and Jana — Thanx for all the memories. Remember all our m Rich — Thanks for all the 
good times. — Hope there are many moe. Take Care. Kathy BB. — Remember the good times. Don't do that you dumb 
Brazilian, you'll getdeported. N.W. B.G., E.R. the cops are comin! S.R. The Most Dangerous Game, Christine O is worth it. 
Co-ed showering is the nuts, right. Erin!! Watch your step, Mike! Donna wanna Frank! M.M. remember all the good times and 
bad times? We have gone through a lot but we are still good friends love Carol June, Emmy, Kathy, Kathy, Grace, Jennifer, Lois, 
Elaina, Kimmie Ann, Ann-Marie, Stephanie, Louise — You're Great! Come and see me soon, "Ya here? — Froggie A. A., T.C., 
B.B., S.B., K.B., CO., D.L., — we had some real good times, I'm glad that we got to know each other. A-wing girls rule, most 
jocks are a joke. L.W. Glen — how's it hanging? Margaret Paul — This is Reality . . . guess who To all my buddies! M.T., E.L., 
H.L., L.H., D.M., M.A., N.H., S.M., G.M., K.M., M.W., K.K., J.O., MR. G., and my favorite math class! It's great to be back in 
MA. Wizard of Oz was great! I had a lot of fun dancing with my favorite T-man. Love ya all! Sue/ . . . WERE YOU EXPECTING 
SOMETHING PROFOUND? . . . , No Sue, that's not the alarm clock!/D.K.E.: You have some nerve graduating without me. So 
... in memory of tree houses, Tull concerts, cast parties, German lessons, and many strange doin's in the woods. Keep smiling! 
Mudge: sorry about that small communication gap — it would have been real. Juniors do it better — this year. Liz: we survived 
Analysis!! (I hope we both will), Ease on down the road . . . Drama DOMINATES! Onwards to SENIOR YEAR!!! Beep 
y'ale!MAC/ Turkey, remember Uppy Down, "our saviors", rampage through my kitchen, no bottle opener, and "You can't 
sleep with your head in the trashcan. Super P, look out for your foot and figure out what to do with your hands. Porkley, 
remember The Rose, and get rid of your name. Hi Gang! Good Luck! Have a great summer. Love Karen/ To My Favorite A.H., 
don't ever forget the good times we had: the night, grandma's, uncles, and Dads, 24, Youre a terrific friend. Love Your 
Mum/Remember Toto and the haystacks in the Wizard of Oz — Mrs. R., To Neil, Heather, Sue, and Marcy: Bendies allaround. 
We should have taken 1 28. To Judy, Adam, and Kathy: remember Ba Daffy, I will never forget the fun we have had together and 
even if I never get to know you as well as I want to, I love to be with you Love Tom L.R., S.R. — pilot to copilot New yrs. eve, 
pina coladas, Stan, C.V., A.C.C., range — motorcycles backed apples, mama ghost — L.C., J.N., — J. Geils — speed, 5 yrs. 
cheese & tuna fish sand, wal. pond — how was it? long; T.J. party, (Billerica), pass-out, J.N. & .B. — tripping everywhere; 1 hr. 
ago we left them standing there, telephone pole, hash behind building, mama ghost, kent. shotguns, vodka collins; apple ass; 
love S.B. Lisa & Jana — Thanks for all the memories. Remember all our minor accidents, running out of gas, skiing, who can 
walk as good as you guys? Skipping & getting caught. Eileen/ Jamie I still love you Liz and Chris. Carollee it's our year for sure. 



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Marce are you lost in love? Ashley/ Sue, ILY!/Sleepy — thanks for not letting go and the barrets. Are you sure you don't want the 
last beer? Remember our withdrawal, moosehead on 93, do it in the trash can, worked only 3 hours, michelob, and Zeppelin. 
— Turkey. P.. P.U.Y.P./ To llona, a friend of 5 days: May you look back to this line in years to come and be able to reach a cup 
of tea and say, Wow our friendship has lasted! Always T.M./ Hey A. A., D.S., C.S., whats your cup? T.S./Dingles — I can't find 
my clog! Riding home on the back of Mike's bike. Good for the legs!/Tricia — Becky — I think we're at the Webb Brook Club! 
Tewksbury?! Where?/ Stove? I thought you brought the stove! Droid — I can't reach the window, I'm too short!/ M.A. & B.R. — 
you guys are chromatids!/ Lake Anne — The beach bang was fine, mailbox, one eye, sizzler, midolize, backwards, lie down, 
cherry pie, l-m so hot, squirt her down, kegs, stined, background music, diaper, water fight, half gallons, Dudley once again . . . 
. Love, Lee/ Loli — "34" — C.J. — 10 oak St. upstairs!! — you go in look 20 — Bo braids-movies w/Gene and Pete!!! — well 
who is it gonna be this weekend? — long distance calls 3 a.m. "I'm too tired" — Jess/ Geno and Pete — you look cute in your 
undies!!!/ Dot — Cooommmee baacckk rraaabbbiiittt. Listen to the local yokel yodel. Hoopies Garage, "There Is No Sex, 
Drugs, Or Rock 'N Roll Going On Here!" Coke adda life. Look at that arm, major bummer, Oh well have a coke and a smile 
. . . ahve many. And what ever you do don't forget . . . / Lisa Dee — SAT's can be such a bummer, especially if your hungover./ 
Lisa & Karen — may your debit always equil your credit./ Becky — Have Some Math Homework!/ FELLSWAY WEST/ Julie — 
remember going to Stocks, the keys/Carolyn — the car is blowing up. I don't think so, wanta play quarters./ Marianne — 
remember Vermont, purple buses, the door that wouldn't lock./ Sue — remember those excellent dances, keep the horn much./ 
Bee- beware of orange vans./ Mom-ponies, 24, B +B, ankles, am I still an A.H.? Thanks for all the great times. Love, Kelly/ Peter, 
Neal, Jimmy — Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Love Kelly and Louise/ Hi Big Red! Wizard of Oz! K.M., J.O., M.W., K.K., G.M. Thank you 
all! And my favorite J-Bug! Mr. G., Your mother! S.M./Dee, Jack — Brooksbie Rd? Remember Hojo's zipping and last call? 
Remember going to parties and leaving at 5:00 and sneaking in and getting caught, we had the best four years, love ya, J.S./N.B. 
How now Brown Cow! L.H. and J.H./ OOps! Forgot something . . . J.G., K.K., Remember "The Movie"; Fawn Lake' The 
Yellow Bout; Mrs. H. and Elton John; J.G.: "Ah — you want the dirt to fly huh?"; "Don't worry, It can be done!" R.K., J.G., 
K.M., M.H., etc . . . Remember Charades? — Dr. Zyavago, Meadowlands, etc ... ? Pete/ Neile: Pat Booneguitar lives! Melinda/ 
B.O.H. — Just like before all our tests over the years; "Its All Over" G.S./n.D. Steady on your feet! Remember Steve"? Good 
luck S.R./J.P. you're beautiful. Smile! Remember me always S.R./ Hector bought a Fester Bester Tester for his Molecular 
structure!/ Mac, "You can catch a cold that way" at L.L. 1 ,2,3, shshsh, Love, Doll/ K.W., M.K.W., CO., who could ever sneak 
into K.W.'s house 3 times in a night while her mother was asleep — and get away with it — except us crazies!! Thanks for the 
best times! Love, M.L./ 



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